TOWIE fashionistas help Beckton hospice

PUBLISHED: 06:30 17 January 2012

TOWIE's Lydia Bright (right)  and mum Debbie  help Beckton's Richard House Children's Hospice.

TOWIE's Lydia Bright (right) and mum Debbie help Beckton's Richard House Children's Hospice.

Bill Jordan

TOWIE’s Lydia Bright and mum Debbie headed to Upminster to help out their local children’s hospice.

The pair were at Richard House Children’s Hospice charity shop in Upminster where they posed with fans, signed autographs and met the dedicated shop volunteers.

The 20-year-old blonde renowned for her unique and stylish fashion sense in the ITV2 reality show ‘The Only Way is Essex’ was in the perfect place to hunt for a vintage bargain. Mum Debbie left the shop having brought bags of toys and a shawl.

Lydia, of Loughton, said: “Mum and I are delighted to be supporting our local children’s hospice Richard House. Richard House supports children with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions and is needed more than ever. We hope the local community show their support for such a special place this Christmas.”

Fashionista Lydia wore an orange floral dress, accompanied with hat, fur coat and bright blue heels while Debbie got in the true Christmas spirit by wearing a red cape on top of her black suit.

Richard House provides much needed care and services to children with life-limiting, life-threatening and complex healthcare conditions and their families from London and the surrounding boroughs.

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