Princess Eugenie has recently unveiled a line of bracelets at The Savoy.
Eugenie designed three bracelets for jewellery boutique Daisy London, to help raise money for the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH), of which The Princess is a Patron. Last month, a gala at the London hotel saw the unveiling of the line to the public and press.
The Duke of York’s second daughter had treatment at the RNOH as a child for scoliosis, or curvature of the spine, at the age of 12. The treatments lead Eugenie to become patron of the hospital in 2012, sparking a Redevelopment Appeal to fund facilities and equipment.
The profits of Eugenie’s bracelets will go to support RNOH’s Redevelopment Appeal; the simple blue band and charm combination will cost £55 for a silver charm, £70 for one with a rose-gold charm, and the same for a yellow gold charm.
Princess Eugenie said of her new bracelets and RNOH: “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.”
The bracelets are now available for a limited time and can be purchased online at www.daisyjewellery.com/charity-bracelets
Pictures with thanks to RNOH
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