Noel Edmonds goes to collect the sisters in the luxury limo donated by Wild Stretch Limousines

Noel Edmonds goes to collect the sisters in the luxury limo donated by Wild Stretch Limousines

When Kent based limo Hire Company Wild Stretch Limousines were approached by the production team of Noel Edmonds Christmas Party to help with a special surprise for 3 sisters, they couldn’t refuse.

The youngest of the 3 sisters, 9-year-old Lucy, has been battling Leukaemia since the age of 2. The brave youngster underwent years of chemo and radiotherapy to fight the disease, but was told by doctors that the only chance she had of survival would be from a bone marrow transplant.

The whole family were tested, however the eldest sister 13-year-old Charlotte, came out as a 100% match. Desperate to help her sister, Charlotte underwent a painful and invasive operation to extract a litre of bone marrow to give to her sister.

The life-saving transplant operation was a complete success and both sisters have made a full recovery, with Lucy now able to enjoy life to the full. As a result of the chemo and radiotherapy, Lucy is infertile. However her other sister, Bonnie aged 12 years old, has promised to donate her eggs to her sister so she’ll be able to have children when she’s older.

All 3 of the girls pulled together to help each other through a very difficult time, now Noel Edmonds Christmas Party, along with the help of the limo hire company amongst others, have pulled together to deliver the girls an extra special surprise.

The Sky 1 programme production team went to great lengths to create a memorable day out for the trio. Wild Stretch Limousines, an approved agent of Limo Broker, dispatched a chauffeur driven luxury white limo to take the girls from their Kent home, to a top Mayfair hotel. They then headed to the salon of a celebrity hairdresser for a makeover, then off for a private skate session at a leading London attraction, followed by a private garden performance from their favourite pop band.

See how the girls enjoyed their day when the programme is broadcast on Sky 1 on December 20th.

Originally from Anglesey but moved to Cardiff earlier this year after living in London for the past 4 years. Having undertaken a degree in English Literature from the University Of Wales Bangor, I won a place at The Drama Centre London, Central Saint Martins to study towards a Masters degree.

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