PENRHYN Bay's fashion fairy godmother is en route for a palace engagement of her own.

Ally Elouise, 25, will head to the Palace of Westminster on Thursday, January 23 to receive a British Citizen Award medal for Volunteering & Charitable Giving in recognition of her extraordinary work with fashion charity Prom Ally.

Starting the charity in 2015 – one of the few of its kind in the UK - using her 21st Birthday money, Miss Elouise has gone on to provide more than 200 teens from low income families with evening wear for their end of year prom.

Miss Elouise said: “It feels amazing - It makes me feel really proud of what I've achieved so far.

"It's just really nice to know that all the work I've put in over the last few years is appreciated and recognised.

"It's a great start to the year, and hopefully a sign of more to come."

The award follows a successful 2019 for Miss Elouise, who was featured on BBC’s The One Show in the summer alongside fashion icon Jean Paul Gaultier. Mr Gaultier was so taken with the cause that he offered on air to donate a dress from his collection to the charity, which Miss Elouise received in late December.

Also in 2019, Miss Elouise supplied prom outfits to the Children’s Trust - a charity for children with brain injuries – for 30 young disabled girls and launched an Eco Wardrobe to help fund the charity as well as moving into a new, larger space to upscale the charity.

A spokesperson for the Children’s Trust said: “Our young people have never before had the experience of attending a real prom and you ensured our girls were dressed for the occasion. This meant the world to us and our young people’s families."

The medal presentation will be hosted at the House of Lord’s by former CBBC presenter and Jungle Run host Michael Underwood, with each medalist has a day to remember befitting their achievements.

Miss Elouise added; "It's amazing to receive my award from Michael Underwood. I used to watch Jungle Run as a kid and always wanted to be on it - it's going to feel like a childhood dream coming true."

At the Palace of Westminster Miss Elouise will receive a Medal of Honour, inscribed with the words ‘For the Good of the Country’ before being treated to an Open Top Lap of Honour tour in the city and attending a Certificate presentation at the prestigious Church House.