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Made in Chelsea's Binky brings Ray of Sunshine to children in Royal London Hospital

PUBLISHED: 16:00 27 October 2017

Binky Felstead gives out Rays of Sunshine and My 1st Years teddy bears to children at Royal London Hospital.

 Picture: Justin Goff

Binky Felstead gives out Rays of Sunshine and My 1st Years teddy bears to children at Royal London Hospital. Picture: Justin Goff

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TV's Binky Felstead met youngsters and their families at the Royal London Hospital's children's party to hand out 'Rays of Sunshine' teddy bears.

Binky Felstead looks in at Rays of Sunshine charity's children's party at the Royal London.

 Picture: Justin GoffBinky Felstead looks in at Rays of Sunshine charity's children's party at the Royal London. Picture: Justin Goff

The star of Channel 4’s ‘Made In Chelsea’ reality series looked in on yesterday’s shindig organised by the Rays of Sunshine charity.

“She made our party special,” the hospital’s Tara Shea said. “Everyone met Binky who shared toys and helped bring sunshine during what can be a difficult time for our young patients and their families.”

Binky, an ‘ambassador’ for My 1st Years baby and toddler product makers, accepted the invitation from the charity.

The organisation’s chief executive Jane Sharpe said: “We were so grateful to Binky for popping along and making the party special.”

Rays of Sunshine brightens the lives of seriously-ill children by granting their wishes, granting hospital ward wishes, running fundraising events and working with hospitals like the Royal London.

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