Crown Princess Katherine of Yugoslavia
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Office of Crown Princess Katherine of Yugoslavia
Newly elected Patriarch Irenej of Serbia greets the Serbian people from the balcony of the palatial estate of Crown Prince Alexander II and Crown Princess Katherine of Serbia. Patriarch Irinej is seen here together with Crown Prince Alexander and other hierarchs of the Serbian Patriarchate in this photo
Crown Princess Katherine of Yugoslavia (born in Athens on 13 November 1943) is the wife of Alexander, Crown Prince of Yugoslavia. Princess Katherine has dedicated much of her time to charitable activities since the conflict in the former Yugoslavia. She works in humanitarian relief, and is the patron of various humanitarian organizations including Lifeline Humanitarian Organization. In 2001 she established The Foundation of Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Katherine in Belgrade in order to expand her charitable works. In the United States of America the Foundation is a 501(C) (3) and registered as Lifeline Humanitarian Organization, donations are tax deductible according to the extent of the law.