Princess Charlene Declares To 'Put An End To The Atrocities That Put Our Precious Wildlife At Risk' In Artistic New Photo

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Aug. 9 2021, Published 1:08 p.m. ET

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Princess Charlene is all about saving the planet! In a new Instagram post on Sunday, August 8, the mom-of-two encouraged others to protect the animals.

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"Rhino Horn is Not Cool! Let's unite under my #ChasingZero initiative and put an end to the atrocities that put our precious wildlife at risk," she captioned a

Donate at https://donate.chasingzero.africa/ (link in Bio)

#rhinohornnotcool#stoprhinopoaching#savetherhino#rhinoconservation#endangeredspecies#wildlifeconservation#rhinopoaching

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The blonde beauty also posted a video of herself with animals in Africa.

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Of course, people loved Charlene's efforts to better the world. One person wrote, "Fantastic hands-on-work HSH Princess Charlene and stronge exposure carried out on this awful scourge," while another added, "What a great initiative!! 🙌 #rhinohornnotcool #wildlifeconservation."

A third user wrote, "Love the charity and stuff, but our Princess so freaking cool!! 🔥😍 🐘."

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Charlene has been in South Africa — where she is from — for quite some time as she is recovering from surgery. Now, she is forced to be away from her husband, Prince Albert, and their two kids, Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella, for a few more months.

"Initially I was supposed to be here for 10 to 12 days, unfortunately, I had a problem equalizing my ears, and I found out through the doctors that I had a sinus infection and quite a serious one. So, it's taking time to address this problem that I'm having," Charlene — who had a sinus lift/bone graft to prepare for dental implants, but she later developed an infection — told South Africa Radio 70's host Mandy Wiener.

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"I cannot force healing, so I will be grounded in South Africa until the end of October," she continued, adding that it's been a "tough" few months without her loved ones.

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"This is the longest period I've actually been away from Europe and my children," she said. "As I say, it's just a waiting game. I cannot predict how my healing process will go. But yeah, I'm very sad I can't be with my children during this summer in Europe."

PEOPLE reported that Albert and the kids will try to visit Charlene this month.

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