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Title: lady louise eyes
Post by: royalwindsorfan on January 19, 2014, 05:28:11 pm
I'm glad the doctors were sble fix lady louise eye condition.I wonder if she was ever bullied at school.


Title: Re: lady louise eyes
Post by: lothwen on January 19, 2014, 05:39:33 pm
^I'm sure she would have had kids ask her why her eyes looked different, or "funny" but usually kids are pretty accepting of others when they're that young. Unfortunately, I can imagine that some parents whispered amongst themselves how grateful they were that their children didn't have that problem   :sob:


Title: Re: lady louise eyes
Post by: Pepe Le Skew on January 19, 2014, 05:49:45 pm
This thread title is a bit graceless when discussing a child's health condition.   Makes me uncomfortable. 


Title: Re: lady louise eyes
Post by: royalwindsorfan on January 20, 2014, 03:01:43 am
^I'm sure she would have had kids ask her why her eyes looked different, or "funny" but usually kids are pretty accepting of others when they're that young. Unfortunately, I can imagine that some parents whispered amongst themselves how grateful they were that their children didn't have that problem   :sob:
[/quote it would have been tougher as she became a teen. I read her eyesight should improve also


Title: Re: lady louise eyes
Post by: simplyme on August 05, 2015, 06:14:24 am
Her healthy before her beauty


Title: Re: lady louise eyes
Post by: leogirl on August 05, 2015, 10:49:16 pm
She looks to be doing much better now, and I am happy about that.  :thumbsup:


Title: Re: lady louise eyes
Post by: gingerboy24 on August 06, 2015, 09:06:10 am
I say leave the poor girl alone. So what if her eyes are a bit odd, nobody´s fault, just the way it turned out.  They have the best medical resources at their disposal to correct the problem, if it can be corrected, and she will be treated at the appropriate time.  Probably more than one surgery required and carried out over a period f time.    Personally I have never had a a problem with her eyes, not as if they are mega noticeable, or maybe only to people who want to criticise, and plenty of them out there.


Title: Re: lady louise eyes
Post by: kolkomilko on August 06, 2015, 09:10:09 am
Yes, in childhood more surgery required. Probably she will get them later.


Title: Re: lady louise eyes
Post by: leogirl on August 07, 2015, 10:25:01 am
I thought her problem was fixed. Does she really need more surgery? Her eyes look fine to me.  :dontknow:


Title: Re: lady louise eyes
Post by: simplyme on August 09, 2015, 05:56:53 am
I say leave the poor girl alone. So what if her eyes are a bit odd, nobody´s fault, just the way it turned out.  They have the best medical resources at their disposal to correct the problem, if it can be corrected, and she will be treated at the appropriate time.  Probably more than one surgery required and carried out over a period f time.    Personally I have never had a a problem with her eyes, not as if they are mega noticeable, or maybe only to people who want to criticise, and plenty of them out there.

She was always cute and adorable and she is!


Title: Re: lady louise eyes
Post by: leogirl on August 10, 2015, 07:32:18 am
I wouldn't criticize a child, especially for something she cannot help. I just hope Louise gets the help she needs, if she needs further surgery. It would also be good for her to get involved in eye/vision-related charity work as she gets older, because it's something she has experience with. She can help promote awareness so that every child (or adult) with an eye condition or in need of vision correction can get the help they need. She's almost 12 and I know a lot of schools for kids her age have community service requirements (plus, she's a member of the royal family, and helping others is good in general).  :thumbsup:


Title: Re: lady louise eyes
Post by: Alexandrine on October 11, 2015, 07:33:39 pm
Sophie Wessex speaks for the first time about how her daughter Louise's sight problems inspired her to campaign for the visually impaired

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3268200/Sophie-Wessex-speaks-time-daughter-Louise-s-sight-problems-inspired-campaign-visually-impaired.html#ixzz3oHmKuj3M
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