Kate Garraway would wear Christmas jumper every day
Kate Garraway wishes she could put on her "sparkly Santa" Christmas jumper all year round because she loves the festive attire so much
Kate Garraway would wear her "sparkly Santa" Christmas jumper every day if she could get away with it.
The TV presenter loves her festive knitwear so much she wishes it was acceptable to be able to wear her favourite winter garment all year around, and in attempt to put on the article of clothing as much as possible she has joined Save The Children's Christmas Jumper Day campaign.
She said: "I got involved with Save The Children Christmas Jumper Day campaign this year because it's a fantastic charity that does great work in the UK and across the world and this is a great excuse to wear your gaudy jumper - although I'd wear a jumper with a sparkly Santa on all year round if I could!"
Several other stars have also joined the charity initiative, which is encouraging people to wear their Christmas jumpers on December 12th and donate £2 to the charity, including The Saturdays singer Una Foden, who was drawn to the cause because of all the good work the initiative does for vulnerable kids.
The 33-year-old star - who has two-year-old daughter Aoife with husband Ben Foden and is pregnant with their second child - said: "I'm supporting the campaign because it helps raise money for some of the most poor and vulnerable children in the world".
Kate and Una have been photographed as part of Save The Children's Christmas Jumper Campaign, which launches today (04.11.14), alongside other famous faces such as Frankie Bridge, Fearne Cotton, Jess Wright, Mark Wright, Bruno Tonioli and Kate Thornton.