Last night my children, brother, dad and I went to Old Trafford to watch the Soccer Aid football match. It was a brilliant, brilliant evening.
Every two years two teams of celebrities and football legends from England and The Rest of The World play a match to raise funds for UNICEF.
It started in 2006 and was the brainchild of Robbie Williams. It’s raised over £12 million since its inception.
This year, England players included Jack Whitehall, John Bishop, Olly Murrs and Jamie Redknapp while Gordon Ramsey, Kevin Bridges and Jaap Stam played for The Rest of The World.
The England team
And The Rest of The World
Team captains Robbie Williams and Michael Sheen
Katherine Jenkins was interviewed by Kirsty Gallagher before singing “Abide with Me”
A fantastic evening with more than £4million raised for UNICEF.
Love Liz x
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