From left to right: Finn McMurray (great-grandson of Elizabeth Taylor and the son of Laela Wilding), Rhys Tivey (grandson of Elizabeth Taylor) Laela Wilding (granddaughter of Elizabeth Taylor) and Quinn Tivey (grandson of Elizabeth Taylor).

From left to right: Finn McMurray (great-grandson of Elizabeth Taylor and the son of Laela Wilding), Rhys Tivey (grandson of Elizabeth Taylor) Laela Wilding (granddaughter of Elizabeth Taylor) and Quinn Tivey (grandson of Elizabeth Taylor).

Three of Elizabeth Taylor’s grandchildren and one of her great-grandchildren arrived in South Africa this week to visit Nkosi’s Haven in Johannesburg.

The family were visiting as part of the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation, and were treated to a day filled with excitement at the centre.

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The US movie legend’s oldest granddaughter, Laela Wilding, led the group as they visited with children, had lunch and then attended a performance by artsINSIDEOUT at the Market Theatre in Newtown, Johannesburg.

ArtsINSIDEOUT is a group of performers who have personally been affected by HIV/AIDS, and who travel the world to bring awareness of the epidemic.

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Laela has been holding various charity events around the world in the last few months to raise funds for Nkosi’s Haven, and has so far raised thousands of dollars to benefit the home that supports and cares for destitute HIV/AIDS infected women, children and orphans.

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