Princess Eugenie heartbreak: How Princess became an 'inspiration' over Royal Wedding dress
Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice recently spoke with six young people who are being supported by the Teenage Cancer Trust, speaking about life in lockdown, treatment for cancer while shielding and finding body confidence. The royals have been honorary patrons of the Trust for years, and Eugenie could not contain her emotions as she spoke with one cancer patient.
Darcy Shaw, 21, from Salford, was diagnosed with skin cancer in February this year and has scars on her neck and chest from surgery. This was a subject close to Eugenie's heart, having recently shared a photograph of her own scar from surgery on her spine. Darcy said: “I’ve always struggled with my body image, way before I got diagnosed with cancer, and anxiety and mental health issues. "I was quite recently diagnosed in February, and now have a scar on my neck and chest from surgery. And I thought to myself, well everything is going to plummet. Read More: Royal heartbreak: Why today is difficult for Queen AND Kate Middleton
• Sophie, Countess of Wessex has £250k necklace with sweet family link “But actually, the complete opposite has happened, and I put that entirely down to all the support I’ve had through the lockdown. "I’ve attended body image workshops with Teenage Cancer Trust, and it’s boosted my confidence, I can’t believe it. "I blog a lot and I’m on Instagram and I actually post more photos of myself now, showing my scars, and actually feel better about myself.” At ...
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