Everyone knows that celebrities are people too, and ordinary human care and entertainment are not alien to them, such as they are and we refuel at gas stations , raising their children , they also delay the police , and they also read regular books . And of course the stars love to take a break from work and to travel or go on safari, where the paparazzi caught them.
Kristin Davis. The actress, received an award for his work with the organization of the Wildlife Conservation «David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust», continues its charitable work in Kenya – and recently talked with a small rhinoceros!
CIARA. Do you think she will be able to catch a cheetah? “I’m leaving on a safari in South Africa!” She wrote in his Twitter in June. “It’s unbelievable, all my life I dreamed about it!”.
Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher. They traveled to Africa in 2009, and, of course, visited the organization «David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust» in Kenya. The actress has posted this image in his Twitter after communicating with slonyatami.
Princes William and Harry. Will and Harry are great lovers of wild nature in general and Africa in particular, in 2010, visited Botswana.
Lily Allen. On his acquaintance with elephants actress wrote in her Twitter microblog in 2009. “Look, they’re real!”.
Paris and Nicky Hilton. Last year, the sisters Paris and Nicky Hilton with friends went on a safari in Africa. As a result, their Twitter a photograph lions, rhinos and giraffes.
Giles Marini. Star of “Brothers & Sisters” posted a photograph of anteaters, made during his April safari in San Diego Zoo Safari Park.
Ivanka Trump. “We managed to get close so close to this leopard that I made this picture, even without using the zoom function!” Says Trump, whose honeymoon was on safari in South Africa.
Michelle Obama. During his working trip to Africa, held in June, the first lady with her mother Marian Robinson, daughters Sasha and Malia and, niece and nephew, went on safari in the reserve «South Africa’s Madikwe Game Reserve». According to rumors, there is fortunate enough to meet them with an elephant.