Brooke Shields to give graduation speech

London: Hollywood actress Brooke Sheilds is set to address graduating students at the prestigious Princeton University.

The 45-year-old star, who graduated from the establishment with a French literature degree in 1987, will return to the American institute to speak at the annual class event on 30 May, reported Contactmusic.

"We wanted to bring in someone from outside the political and news sphere - in which many recent Class Day speakers have been involved - and to have an alumna as our speaker is particularly exciting. Shields knows exactly what
we have experienced over the past four years," said Class Day co-chair Nikhil Basu Trivedi.

The batch, who is excited to attend the session with the `Blue Lagoon` star writes an email to seniors about the the visit as:

"She is a smart, funny and insightful woman who seeks to use her fame and influence to do good in the world, and we are very excited to hear from her on our special day."


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