British royal Princess Eugenie is adding jewellery designer to her resume with a collection of charity bracelets.
The 24 year old has teamed up with officials at luxury brand Daisy London for the venture, which will benefit the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (Rnoh)'s Redevelopment Appeal to help medical bosses build a new state-of-the-art facility to treat patients with muscular and skeletal conditions.
The building will be named after the youngest daughter of Prince Andrew and his ex-wife, Sarah Ferguson, who was treated for scoliosis, abnormal curving of the spine, at London's Rnoh at the age of 12.
A statement issued to UsMagazine.com reads: "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 blue string bracelets, which feature a gold, rose gold or silver disc, cost from $94 (£55).
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