The Saturdays’ Frankie Bridge has joined a whole host of celebrities in donning their finest festive knits for Save The Children’s brand new Christmas campaign.
We’re in November now, which means it’s perfectly acceptable to start rocking your fave Christmas jumper out and about without too many dodgy looks. In fact, we started last month…
And Frankie’s fully feeling the Santa-approved knitwear too.
Posing in a red and white Nordic-inspired sweater and black jeans, the new mum showed off her pearly whites and thick, gorgeous lashes as she gave her best grin at the camera for her charity campaign shot.
So what’s it all about? Well, the Strictly star is marking her support for Save The Children’s annual Christmas Jumper Day, which will see people around the country rocking a festive sweater on Friday 12th December (us included!) and donating £2 to the cause.
And Frankie’s not the only one. BBC Radio 1 DJ Fearne Cotton has also got involved (we would totally wear that jumper all-year-round, btw), as well as Mark Wright, Made In Chelsea‘s Rosie Fortescue and many more.
For every pound donated, the government promises to double it. So there’s really no excuse not to try and help raise a ton of much-needed cash to help support the world’s most vulnerable children.
To enter by iPhone and automatically donate £2, simply text JUMPER to 70050.
By Robyn Munson