Priyanka Chopra showed how she spent time with Ukrainian children in Warsaw

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     Priyanka Chopra showed how she spent time with Ukrainian children in Warsaw

    The Bollywood star met Ukrainian refugees in Poland.

    Recently, the famous Indian actress, model and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Priyanka Chopra went to Poland, where more than two million Ukrainians were evacuated during the full-scale war in Ukraine. The Bollywood star visited a center for Ukrainian refugees in Warsaw, where she talked to children and their mothers. She told about it in her Instagram.

    In the pictures, the actress showed how she played paintball with Ukrainian children, did art therapy and blew soap bubbles with them. At the end of the meeting, little Ukrainians presented Priyanka with handmade dolls, which were named after her.

    “One of the most effective tools to help children regain a sense of normality is play interaction. It sounds so simple, but by playing, children can find safety and respite, and can also explore and analyze what is happening in their lives,” Priyanka signed the video .

    “She said she had no choice but to protect her child. As a young mother, I was so touched by her resilience. There is nothing stronger than a mother's instinct to protect her” — said Priyanka.

    According to the actress, many Ukrainian women told her that they try to smile through the pain so that their children have hope. They have no one to share their fears with, which is why psychological help is now more important than ever.

    Priyanka believes that as the war continues and winter approaches, the number of displaced women and children may increase, and their need for support will increase .

    “We must all do our best to ensure that the women and families affected by this war are not forgotten,” said Priyanka.

    Focus earlier wrote that 40-year-old Priyanka Chopra and her husband, 29-year-old American musician Nick Jonas are planning a second child. The couple is already raising their daughter Milty, born by a surrogate mother.

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