Princess Eugenie looks elegant in a recycled navy blue Palmer//Harding dress

princess eugenie she cut an elegant figure when she opened a new garden at the London hospital where she had scoliosis surgery as a child.

The Queen’s granddaughter, 32, opted for a recycled navy blue Palmer//Harding gown when she visited the Royal National Orthopedic Hospital, of which she is a patron.

Eugenie, daughter of Prince Andrewthe Duke of York and Sarah Ferguson, duchess of yorkopened the charity garden and said it is offering “patients nature and the outdoors at a time when they need it most” in a post on Instagram.

The occasion certainly held special significance for Eugenie, as she underwent surgery there to correct scoliosis (curvature of the spine) when she was just 12 years old.

Princess Eugenie (left) showed off a graceful figure as she unveiled a new garden at the London hospital where she underwent scoliosis surgery as a child.

Princess Eugenie (left) showed off a graceful figure as she unveiled a new garden at the London hospital where she underwent scoliosis surgery as a child.

The Queen's granddaughter (pictured center left), 32, opted for a recycled navy blue Palmer//Harding gown when she visited the Royal National Orthopedic Hospital, of which she is a patron.

The Queen’s granddaughter (pictured center left), 32, opted for a recycled navy blue Palmer//Harding gown when she visited the Royal National Orthopedic Hospital, of which she is a patron.

Eugenie, daughter of Prince Andrew, Duke of York and Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, opened the charity garden and said it is offering

Eugenie, daughter of Prince Andrew, Duke of York and Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, opened the charity garden, saying it is offering “patients nature and the outdoors at a time when they need it most” in a post on Instagram.

Detailing the event, the mother-of-one said in her social media post: ‘What a joy it was to officially open the new @horatiosgarden at The Royal National Orthopedic Hospital.

‘This is their fifth garden in the UK connected to a spinal unit offering patients nature and the outdoors at a time they need it most.

I am a proud patron of this charity and it was a particularly special visit as it is the hospital where I had surgery on my spine as a child.

‘It was an honor to meet all the volunteers, doctors, nurses, patients and gardeners who really bring this garden to life.

“The last three images are of the beautiful jubilee tree that was planted for the queen’s green canopy, a wonderful celebration of the incredible jubilee milestone.”

The occasion certainly had special meaning for Eugenie, as she underwent surgery there to correct scoliosis, the curvature of the spine, when she was just 12 years old.

The occasion certainly had special meaning for Eugenie, as she underwent surgery there to correct scoliosis, the curvature of the spine, when she was just 12 years old.

Detailing the event, the mother of one said in her social media post:

The princess on her way out

Detailing the event, the mother-of-one said in her social media post: “What a joy it was to officially open the new @horatiosgarden at The Royal National Orthopedic Hospital.”

For her outing, Eugenie opted for a navy blue dress with a scoop neck and elbow-length sleeves finished with flared, turned-up cuffs.

For her outing, Eugenie opted for a navy blue dress with a scoop neck and elbow-length sleeves finished with flared, turned-up cuffs.

“The last three images are of the beautiful jubilee tree that was planted for the queen’s green canopy, a wonderful celebration of the incredible jubilee milestone,” the princess said.

For her outing, Eugenie opted for a navy blue dress with a scoop neck and elbow-length sleeves finished with flared, turned-up cuffs.

She previously wore the dress to one of the Queen’s garden parties in May 2018 and again in October 2018.

WHAT IS SCOLIOSIS?

Scoliosis is the lateral curvature of the spine, which can cause uneven shoulders and poor-fitting clothing.

The condition is thought to affect up to three percent of people in the US and UK, and typically arises during a growth spurt just before puberty.

Treatment is not always necessary for cases of mild scoliosis. However, a brace can help prevent the curve from getting worse as patients age.

If scoliosis progresses rapidly in a young child, rods may be inserted to straighten the spine and adjust their length as the patient grows.

Surgery may be required for severe cases, which can reduce the amount of space in the chest and make it harder for the lungs to work.

The most common procedure is called a spinal fusion, which is a major surgery that helps correct the curve, National Health Service He says. It can last up to seven hours.

It involves connecting two or more bones in the vertebrae so that they cannot move independently. Metal rods or screws keep your spine straight.

Scoliosis can be caused by cerebral palsy or muscular dystrophy, birth defects, injury, or infection. However, its cause is often unknown.

Eugenie was diagnosed with scoliosis and underwent corrective surgery when she was just 12 years old, with a pair of eight-inch titanium rods inserted through her spine to rebuild it as a result of a curve.

The operation resulted in a prominent scar, which Eugenie wore with pride, opting for a backless gown for her wedding to Jack Brooksbank in October 2018.

In an interview before the wedding, the princess said: “I think you can change the way beauty is, and you can show people your scars and I think it’s really special to stand up for that.”

The visit follows an article published today in The Spectator, in which Eugenie paid tribute to her beloved ‘Grannie’ to mark her 70-year reign.

She said she hoped her one-year-old son August would grow up to have the Queen’s “patience, calm and kindness, while always being able to laugh at himself and keep a twinkle in his eye.”

She described the nation’s longest-reigning monarch as someone who has transcended time and been “a constant rock to so many.”

Reflecting on her ‘special little family’ with the arrival of August, who was born in February last year, Eugenie said: ‘I think of my grandmother and what she has represented, to so many people and to our family over these 70 years.

“I would love for Augie to have his patience, his calm and his kindness, while always being able to laugh at himself and keep a twinkle in his eye.”

Eugenie and her sister Beatrice will not appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace tomorrow at Trooping The Color after the Queen was forced to cut numbers to ‘those members of the royal family currently performing official public duties on behalf of the Queen ‘.

However, expectations have been made for her great-grandchildren Louis, Charlotte and George and Princess Anne’s husband.

However, Eugenie is likely to join the family at the Queen’s thanksgiving service in St Paul on Friday, along with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who will be traveling from California with their two children.

And she will be seen again on Sunday attending one of the Great Jubilee luncheons with her sister, Princess Beatrice.

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