• Diana


This May, I joined the Kiss Goodbye to MS Squad and a few weeks ago, the team at MS Ireland gave me the honour of hosting their inaugural Kiss Goodbye to MS ball. I didn't know too much about the disease before my involvement with the campaign but I was delighted to show my support as my best friends Mam has had MS for a long time and I'd heard a lot about how debilitating it can be for someone with the condition.

I now know that there are some 9,000 MS sufferers in Ireland today with two thirds of those diagnosed being young women like me aged 20-40; a crucial time in our lives when we're starting careers and families and generally coming into our own and finding our groove in life. 2018 has proven to be the Year of the Woman and I've always been a champion of supporting causes and campaigns that celebrate, support and empower women- it was a pleasure for me to step into hosting duties and champion an organisation working so hard to help improve the quality of so many lives.

MS Ireland are on a mission to raise over a million euro in the next year with all proceeds going towards MS research and providing support and care for sufferers around the country. The first ever ball was a such a special evening for the organisation and the MS community- it was a true honour to have been part of it!

Diana x

p.s I loved wearing this Ted Baker dress so much.

I teamed it up with a Ted Baker clutch from my wardrobe and the most comfortable and suitably sweet fluffy, diamante Misguided heels.

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