Peaches’ journey from UNC cheerleader to a royal British appointment
Posted Apr 30, 2017
If you are trying to figure out from where you know the name Peaches Hauser or the distinguished-looking woman in these pictures, try imagining her in a Carolina Blue cheerleader outfit on the sidelines of Kenan Stadium. That’s right: The woman who is now the representative of Her Majesty The Queen in the city of Bristol was one of the earliest African-American cheerleaders at UNC.
(Raleigh News & Observer)
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