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Lorraine Kelly, Saira Khan & more celebs are wearing this special necklace – here’s the sweet reason why

Plus, get it for a discounted price in the Black Friday sale

There's one special necklace we keep seeing on the Instagram feeds of famous British faces, and the reason why is super sweet. As a beautiful reminder to always be kind to yourself, HELLO! recently launched a unique Kindness necklace in partnership with British jewellery brand Kit Heath. With every purchase, we decided that the receipient would receive a £5 voucher to donate to their choice of charity from our shortlist of five, making this thoughtful necklace even more special.

It already seems to have gone down a hit with the stars, with the likes of Lorraine Kelly, Saira Khan and Kirsty Gallagher spotted wearing it.

For limited time only - between 22-29 November - our beautiful Kindness necklace will be in the Black Friday sale and reduced to £69.99.

How to get your very own celeb-approved Kindness necklace

Ideal for those who love to follow A-list and celebrity style trends, HELLO!'s necklace has been spotted on some very famous faces!

The Kindness necklace is limited-edition, meaning you’ll have to act quick if you want to get one. This beautifully elegant sterling-silver necklace features a simplistic oval charm of two interconnected elements, as well as a unique kindness engraving on the tag.

This necklace can be worn at either 16 or 18 inches and comes stylishly wrapped in a red and white box and satin pouch – so it truly makes for a lovely gift.

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HELLO! x Kit Heath Kindness necklace, was £99.99, now £69.99, Kit Heath

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Celebrities wearing the HELLO! kindness necklace

Lorraine Kelly

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TV presenter Lorraine Kelly loves her new accessory so much that she wore it whilst live her show! We’re starry-eyed…

MORE: 10 Celebrities and the sentimental meanings behind their favourite pieces of jewellery

Saira Khan

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Doesn’t former Loose Women star Saira Khan look gorgeous whilst donning her kindness necklace? We certainly think so!

Andrea McLean

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Now that’s what we call glowing! Loose Women’s Andrea McLean looks beautiful rocking her necklace.

Alexandra Burke

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Singer Alexandra Burke poses for a selfie wearing her HELLO! kindness necklace.

Denis Lewis, OBE

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British sports presenter and former athlete Denis Lewis, OBE, wows in her kindness necklace.

Kirsty Gallagher

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TV presenter Kirsty Gallagher posed in her HELLO! kindness necklace and doesn't she look great!

MORE: Royal ladies' poignant personalised jewellery collections - from Countess Sophie to Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton

Gaby Roslin

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Presenter Gaby Roslin’s kind personality matches her new Kindness necklace! 

Kimberley Walsh

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Singer Kimberley Walsh dazzles in our pretty silver pendant. Doesn't it go lovely against her beige jumper! 

Every Kit Heath x HELLO! Kindness necklace you buy comes with a £5 voucher to donate to your choice of charity from our shortlist of five, making this thoughtful necklace even more special. The five worthy causes are:

Heads Together: the mental health initiative spearheaded by The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, which campaigns to tackle stigma and change the conversation on mental health

Age UK: who provide services and support at a national and local level to inspire, enable and support older people

Make 2nds Count: a patient and family focused charity based in Edinburgh dedicated to giving hope to women and men living with secondary breast cancer

Refuge: the charity offering specialist services and life-saving support to help women and children access safety to build a life free from domestic violence

The Black Curriculum: a social enterprise founded in 2019 to address the lack of Black British history in the UK Curriculum, and deliver a diverse form of education through the arts in schools

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