Princess Eugenie made headlines in 2018 when she chose not to wear a veil at her royal wedding to Jack Brooksbank, and according to Mirror UK, there was a particular reason behind the choice!
Eugenie, Prince Andrew’s daughter, chose to make a statement at her wedding with her decision not to wear a veil at her wedding; become the first royal bride in decades to ditch the veil!
The Princess married Brooksbank at St George’s Chapel in 2018 and chose a Peter Pilotto and Christopher de Vos dress for the big day, with a low back to clearly show the scar on her spine from infant surgery for the scoliosis.
Princess Eugenie underwent spinal surgery at the age of 12 to correct the curvature of scoliosis; Since then, she has made sure to be an active advocate for raising awareness about scoliosis.
Earlier, she detailed her journey in an article for the Royal National Orthopedic Hospital, in which she said: “Without the care I received at RNOH, I wouldn’t look the way I do now; my back would be arched. And I couldn’t talk about scoliosis like I do now and help other kids who come to me with the same problem.