Charlotte’s selling Xmas jumpers for ectopic pregnancy CHARITY

In May this year, Geordie Shore fans were devastated to learn that Charlotte Crosby had suffered an ectopic pregnancy while carrying Gary Beadle’s baby.

Having spoken candidly to Heat about her traumatic ordeal, the much loved reality star made the admirable decision to donate her interview fee to The Ectopic Pregnancy Trust and the St John and Elizabeth Hospice.

Last night, the 26-year-old television personality announced her intention to extend her support to The Ectopic Pregnancy Trust by revealing that in the run-up to Christmas she will be selling Christmas jumpers in an effort to raise funds for the charity.

According to a post on Charlotte’s Twitter account, £1 from the sale of each jumper will be donated to The EPT.

Currently, two types of jumper are available through InTheStyle.com – a ‘Santa’s My Boyfriend’ piece and a ‘Sleigh My Name’ style.  Both jumpers cost £19.99 (or €26.26) and are available in red or black.

The former Celebrity Big Brother winner has been praised online for her charitable intentions.

 

Dressed head to toe in @tigermist! They're running free express shipping to the UK for 24 hours only! Starts now!

A photo posted by Charlotte Letitia Crosby (@charlottegshore) on

“Couldn’t be prouder what a wonderful inspiring woman (sic),” tweeted one fan.

“What she’s decided is amazing.  I will definitely be buying a jumper from her range knowing something is being donated to the @TheEPT,” said another.

 

What a bloody lovely night

A photo posted by Charlotte Letitia Crosby (@charlottegshore) on

 

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