Olivia's eye is crowning glory
EYE eye-what's going on here then?Three-year-old Olivia Gaskin has a perfect shape of a crown in her one of her eyes which an expert claims may be caused by clumps of pigment.
EYE eye-what's going on here then?
Three-year-old Olivia Gaskin has a perfect shape of a crown in her one of her eyes which an expert claims may be caused by clumps of pigment.
It appears as though by a freak coincidence, the clumps have formed the shape of a crown, which must mean it has the royal seal of approval!
Her mother Julie Suridge, of School Lane, Ufford, said: “We never really noticed it before. It was only when my son took a picture and noticed something in her eye.
“When he zoomed in, we said 'oh my God, there is a shape of a crown in her eye.' I am not worried about it as I think it is just a blemish but is very unusual.”
Optometrist Adrian Kite, of Kite CR and Son, in Berners Road, said: “It is difficult without having seen it but if it is in the iris- the coloured part of the eye- it has got to be the pigment.
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“Clumps of pigment usually appear in spot form but in unusual cases, they can form shapes, like in this case.
“It will probably be fairly constant in her life.”
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