Stars model £15 Comic Relief T-shirts to raise money for coronavirus response – The Sun

STARS are putting their shirts on Comic Relief helping ease the ­coronavirus crisis.

Dame Joan Collins, Claudia Winkleman, Nadiya Hussain and Reggie Yates were among those to model a limited-edition £15 top — with all proceeds going to charities responding to the pandemic.

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Husband and wife Marcus Mumford and Carey Mulligan also tried on the T-shirts by author and illustrator Charlie Mackesy.

It features his characters the Boy and the Mole alongside the ­slogan Love Wins.

He said: “I hope it captures the spirit of togetherness and kindness of the public at this incredibly difficult time.

“The community love we have seen shine through these heartbreaking times is remarkable.

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SUN readers are today urged to sign a petition calling for our NHS staff to be awarded the George Cross.

Yesterday, we backed a proposal by Lord Ashcroft to honour our health heroes with the gallantry gong given for acts of bravery that did not take place in battle.

A No10 spokesman said: “The NHS is doing a fantastic job and the nation will want to find a way to say thank you when we have defeated this virus.”

SAS hero Andy McNab added: “The award of a George Cross would show an emotional appreciation.”

We are asking readers to sign the petition online at

“It has never been so important to look after each other.”

Miranda Hart is giving her support. She said: “Love Wins is the perfect message to share.”

The T-shirt is available at


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