Charlene hosts a show called ‘IRL with Team Charlene’ to tackle racism in the UK, as well as hosting ITV News London and most recently appearing on ITV’s Loose Women.
Charlene is also patron of Bowel Cancer UK, a charity very close to her as she sadly lost her mum to bowel cancer when she was 21.
STAR STUDDED LINE UP FOR BOWEL CANCER UK’S VIRTUAL CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION
Bowel Cancer UK have today announced their star studded line up for their virtual Christmas Celebration event on Tuesday 8 December at 7pm.
Hosted by ITV journalist and presenter, Sean Fletcher, viewers will be treated to festive readings from BBC journalist George Alagiah OBE and ITV journalist Charlene White. There will also be special performances from soprano singer Elizabeth Atherton and musical theatre star Debra Michaels, who have both been affected by bowel cancer, as well as other special guests.
A premium ticket of £15 will include Christmas Celebration pack, which includes: personalised Christmas decoration, order of service, mulled wine spices, festive biscuits recipe from chef and BBC TV star Nadiya Hussain MBE and a craft activity. A standard ticket is £5.
More than 44 people die from bowel cancer every day in the UK; it’s the UK’s second biggest cancer killer. However it shouldn’t be because it’s treatable and curable, especially if diagnosed early.
Join our virtual Christmas Celebration event and give hope to those that are going through treatment, remember loved ones and come together to stop people dying of bowel cancer.
Tickets cost £5 or £15, book now to avoid disappointment: bowelcanceruk.org.uk/christmascelebration