Daisy Passfield 8 who lost her eye due to retinoblastoma but has now a replacement pink sparkly one, Hertfordshire. See SWNS story SWSMeye. An eight-year-old who had to have her eye removed due to cancer has replaced it with a pink sparkly prosthetic. Daisy Passfield, eight, was diagnosed with a grade D tumour in her retina when she was 14 months old. She had chemotherapy to shrink the tumour but unfortunately, after two months of the chemo ending, Daisy relapsed. The tot had her right eye removed in a four-hour operation when she was age two after a newer procedure which is meant to shrink the tumour, broke the tumour into different parts and the family didn't want it to spread.