Princess Eugenie has turned her hand to something new: designing jewelry. The youngest daughter of Andrew, Duke of York, has helped create a range of bracelets to benefit a charity close to her heart.
RNOH Charity Redevelopment Appeal/Theodore Wood Ph
The bracelets are available in gold, rose gold and silver, cost between $92 and $118, and are created in conjunction with jewelry maker Daisy London. All profits from the sale will go towards the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital’s Redevelopment Appeal. Eugenie, 24, who was treated for scoliosis at the hospital when she was just 12, has been working and fundraising for years in order to aid vital facilities and equipment at the RNOH.
HRH Princess Eugenie said in a statement, “I am living proof of the ways in which the RNOH can change people’s lives. This is why I am so enthusiastic about being Patron of its Redevelopment Appeal and have given my name to its new state-of-the-art family accommodation unit, Princess Eugenie House. I am grateful to everyone for their generosity in supporting this wonderful cause.”
She was diagnosed at 12 years old with scoliosis, or curvature of the spine. She became Patron of the RNOH Charity’s Redevelopment Appeal in 2012 and she opened a new children’s unit in April.
On Monday evening, Eugenie attended a gala fundraising dinner at London’ Savoy hotel and celebrated the launch of the bracelets. The hospital’s Twitter account shared photos and will soon provide details of how to buy the bracelets.
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