Formerly known as the National Osteoporosis Society, the charity was given approval for a Royal title by Her Majesty The Queen in September 2018 and today HRH Camilla the Duchess of Cornwall attended a reception to mark its launch.
Osteoporosis is a bone disease that causes debilitating and sometimes fatal fractures.
Following the deaths of her mother and grandmother as a result if the condition, the Duchess has been actively involved with the charity and has also been its President since 2001.
Before helping to unveil its new logo, HRH met with some of the charity’s members, supporters and ambassadors.
HRH’s visit also helped to mark the launch of the world’s first Osteoporosis and Bone Research Academy, which has the objective of bringing together leading researchers, clinicians and academics to advance knowledge of osteoporosis and help in the development of new medication and treatments.
God bless Her Royal Highness Camilla the Duchess of Cornwall and God save the Queen!
FOR GOD, QUEEN AND COUNTRY