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PeeCee now the Global Goodwill Ambassador of UNICEF

ANI  |  New Delhi [India] 

Priyanka Chopra is making us proud with every passing day.

After ruling the Hollywood, red carpets, TV shows and magazine covers, now the 34-year-old actress turns the Global Goodwill Ambassador of UNICEF.

The Global icon took to her Instragram account to share pictures of herself from the UNICEF event, where she was seen posing with David Beckham, Jackie Chan, Millie Brown, Orlando Bloom among others.

"Thank you @davidbeckham and @milliebobby_brown for inducting me into the @UNICEF global family. Always delighted to meet likeminded people who believe that there is humanity left in us after all. And @milliebobby_brown you were a superb host tonight... congratulations on the #GoldenGlobes nod #foreverychild," posted Priyanka.

She added, "Honored to continue the amazing work we've accomplished in India and take that commitment to those in need across the world as @UNICEF's Global Goodwill Ambassador... On their 70th anniversary tonight, I look forward to working with my fellow advocates to drive change in mindsets and ensure that we build a world where children's rights are respected and protected, and that there is a voice, #foreverychild."

Busy shooting for the second season of American TV series 'Quantico,' Piggy Chops will hit the screens with her Hollywood debut 'Baywatch,' early next year.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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First Published: Tue, December 13 2016. 14:57 IST