Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.To many expecting mothers at Hillingdon Hospital, Dr. Penelope Law is one of London’s leading obstetricians.But the doctor who’s been helping to deliver babies into the world during the coronavirus pandemic has another surprising title — Countess of Bradford.In fact, Lady Bradford has provided her colleagues with medical scrubs from Stewart Parvin, dressmaker to Queen Elizabeth II.“These aren’t any old scrubs. They’re Stewart Parvin scrubs,” she U.K.’s Daily Mail on Monday. “They’ve even got proper pockets, so you don’t drop your phone or your pen.”According to the outlet, Penelope Law was her name before her 2008 marriage to Richard, the 7th Earl of Bradford. While she is now Lady Bradford, colleagues simply know her as Penny Law.Parvin, 48, who was first asked to work for the palace by the reigning monarch’s personal assistant, has created looks for many of the 94-year-old’s personal appearances.‘HAPPY DAYS’ STAR MARION ROSS SHARES HOW QUARANTINE HAS CHANGED HER DAILY ROUTINEKATE MIDDLETON WRITES LETTER TO ‘INSPIRATIONAL’ STAFF AT CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL BATTLING COVID-19Since the COVID-19 crisis has impacted the U.K., Law has been sourcing towels from Primark, arranging accommodations through serviced apartment firm


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