Afghanistan woman. A refugee who became an iconic figure for National Geographic in 1985, found years later and re-photographed.

Afghanistan woman. A refugee who became an iconic figure for National Geographic in 1985, found years later and re-photographed.

The book, The Sunburnt Queenby Hazel Crampton, is about a 7 year old English girl who washed up on the Wild Coast of South Africa in the 1730s  was adopted by her rescuers. She grew to be a woman of astounding beauty  wisdom, becoming the Great Wife of a prince. So starting a dynasty that extends to many of todays Xhosa royal families. Because of her recessive gene in the blood line, every now  then, a child in the area is born with bright blue eyes.

The book, The Sunburnt Queenby Hazel Crampton, is about a 7 year old English girl who washed up on the Wild Coast of South Africa in the 1730s was adopted by her rescuers. She grew to be a woman of astounding beauty wisdom, becoming the Great Wife of a prince. So starting a dynasty that extends to many of todays Xhosa royal families. Because of her recessive gene in the blood line, every now then, a child in the area is born with bright blue eyes.

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