As the final countdown to Christmas commences, Made in Chelsea's Binky Felstead headed to the Royal Brompton Hospital to help spread some festive cheer amongst some brave children and young people on the Rose Ward and Foulis Ward.
The 26-year-old spent time chatting to patients and members of staff in aid of The Brompton Fountain, a charity that helps support children suffering from severe life-threatening heart and lung conditions, as well as offering help to their families.
Binky visited the Royal Brompton Hospital
"We were so thrilled that Binky was able to visit a number of our younger patients on the ward recently," said Trudy Nickels, the Director at the Brompton Fountain. "It meant so much to the children and their families. The special guest ward visit is brilliant and gives everyone a huge positive boost during the festive season."
She spent time with patients and members of staff
The Brompton Fountain recently celebrated their 10th anniversary as a registered charity. It has supported thousands of families as well as making a huge difference to the facilities and environment to patients and parents throughout the difficult times they face. As part of their work, the charity organises a number of fundraising activities and appeals throughout the year to raise much-needed funds for the purchase of vital equipment, treats, toys, fights and wishes for children and their families on the ward.
You can support The Brompton Fountain this Christmas by simply sending a text to TOYS05 £2 to 70070 to help make a difference. For more information visit thebromptonfountain.org.uk