Princess Eugenie Designs Bracelet, Lends Her Name to Cause Close to her Heart

Princess Eugenie may be working full-time in New York City at the moment, but that has not stopped her from staying involved with the causes she has opted to support back at home in the United Kingdom.

Princess Eugenie of York, Patron of the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH) Charity Redevelopment Appeal, unveiled an exclusive range of bracelets at a special charity gala event held at The Savoy, London, at the end of June.

The bracelets, which have been designed by The Princess, in association with jewellery boutique Daisy London, are now available to buy in gold, rose gold and silver for a limited period. All profits from the sales of the bracelets will go towards the RNOH’s Redevelopment Appeal to fund vital facilities and equipment at the RNOH, helping to improve patients’ lives.

Princess Eugenie, 24, has a personal connection to the hospital, having been diagnosed at just 12 years old with scoliosis (curvature of the spine). The treatment and care that The Princess received led her to become Patron of the RNOH Charity’s Redevelopment Appeal in 2012.
Princess Eugenie said: “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.”

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The charity bracelets are now available for a limited time and can be purchased online http://www.daisyjewellery.com/charity-bracelets Prices range from £70 for gold, £70 for rose gold and £55 for the silver bracelets.

At A Petite Princess we are thrilled that yet another princess is showing how easy and fun it can be to get involved with a cause. Princess Eugenie is also demonstrating something that we here at A Petite Princess have known for a while…sometimes the easiest places to get involved are the places that already know you and that already have a special place in your heart

Precis Petite has some Great Pieces

Precis Petite, one of two petite lines that are part of the Jacques Vert Group is having a huge sale right now and I thought I would share a few pieces from the sale collection that are great Kate inspired options.

040_034434_91-1 I think that this dress is a great petite option for the Whistles dress that we have seen Catherine wear to the Jubilee Concert, the Closing Ceremony of the Olympics, and most recently to a wedding.
040_035186_11 This coordinating jacket that goes with the skirt below makes them the perfect little ensemble for work or other occasions where a suit is needed…and since they are sold separately it works great for those of us that are one size on the top and a different size on the bottom.
040_034954_11 This coordinating skirt that goes with the jacket above makes them the perfect little ensemble for work or other occasions where a suit is needed…and since they are sold separately it works great for those of us that are one size on the top and a different size on the bottom.

Minuet Petite is Having a Sale

Minuet Petite, one of two petite lines that are part of the Jacques Vert Group is having a huge sale right now and I thought I would share a few pieces from the sale collection that are great Kate inspired options.

075_032431_107 I thought this dress might be a nice option for the one that we have seen Catherine wear to book signings and under her gold jacquard coat seen most recently at the Paralympics Opening Ceremony.
075_033359_239 This Rose Tweed Jacket reminds me of the one that Catherine wore briefly in Canada. Little Jackets like this can add a touch of style to any outfit while adding a touch of comfort as well.
075_033676_247 This dress is not an obvious match for anything of Catherine’s but it does remind me of some of the softer florals that she has chosen on past tours…remember the two floral Jenny Packham dresses?
075_033583_247 This one falls under “making it work for you”. If you are like me and a)never have places to wear dresses or b) just don’t want to fuss with something that has to be zipped up. Then this shirt in the same print as the floral dress might be a great idea for you and at only £19 it is a STEAL
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