Sophie Ellis-Bextor wows in new Children In Need T-shirt
Stars including Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Ferne McCann offered up their star power to plug Children In Need‘s latest range of T-shirts.
Popstar Sophie, 42, beamed while posing in the charity’s fabulous new T-shirts, while doting mother Ferne, 31, enlisted the help of her four-year-old daughter Sunday for the shoot.
Other famous faces taking part included Professor Green and Laura Whitmore, both of whom worked their best angles in the unisex line, which is available at George and sees 48% of each purchase go to the famous charity.
New T-shirts: Stars including Sophie Ellis-Bextor, 42, and Ferne McCann, 31, offered up their star power to plug Children In Need’s latest range of T-shirts
Sweet: Ferne enlisted the help of her four-year-old daughter Sunday for the star-studded photoshoot
Sophie slipped into both a black and bright yellow tee decorated with charity mascot Pudsey’s face, while Ferne looked typically glam in the white T-shirt.
The former TOWIE star posed on the doorstep of her gorgeous Essex pad.
Rapper Professor Green proudly posed in the yellow top – stamped with the inspiring words ‘together we can’ – with Love Island host Laura also opting for the sunny shade.
Children In Need has supported numerous charities helping disadvantaged children around the UK.
Star-studded: Other famous faces taking part included Professor Green, who also took part in a video for the charity and opened up about his mental health
Best angles: Love Island host Laura Whitmore worked her best angles while wearing the unisex line
Its fundraising campaign aims to inspire the nation to show their support for children and young people facing disadvantage across the UK in the lead up to the annual telethon, which airs on BBC One Friday 19 November.
Last month, 37-year-old Professor Green – real name Stephen Manderson – appeared in a Children In Need video in which he spoke candidly about his mental health struggles in the hopes of reinforcing the message that together, we can show that there are better days ahead.