Walk was started in memory of their daughters
Daniel Craig has donated £10,000 to a charity walk organized by three fathers who lost their daughters to suicide.
NS three dads walking The event, which began on Saturday (October 9), sees Andy Aire, Mike Palmer and Tim Owen walking 300 hundred miles in memory of their daughters, Sophie, Beth and Emily, who died within three years. .
The walk, which spans the distance between their homes in Cumbria, Greater Manchester and Norfolk, will raise money for the suicide prevention charity Papyrus. The journey is expected to last 15 days, with the trio covering approximately 20 miles per day.
talking to NS Guardian Regarding Craig’s donation, Aire said: “We found out about it yesterday morning, when Mike and Tim were traveling to Cumbria – we were WhatsApping each other in a state of surprise.”
He said Craig blessed all three to publicize his charity. “By the time they arrived, we got a note saying that Daniel Craig was happy to have his name attached to it, which was awesome – it’s a very generous charity, but he’s really the guy who’s most famous.” The actor who was happy to help out at this time in the world was just brilliant.”
Every father pays tribute to his daughters three dads walking Website.
Craig made his last bow as James Bond no time to dieSpeculations are being made on who will follow in his footsteps.
Dune Director Denis Villeneuve, describing himself as “one of Bond’s biggest fans”, has put his name in controversy for potentially playing the next James Bond film.
“To be honest – and I can’t believe I would say that – but the answer would be a massive yes. I would love to make a James Bond movie one day,” Villeneuve said.
“It’s a character I’ve been with since childhood – like everyone else. I’m very fond of Bond. It’s going to be a big challenge for people to try to reinvent it after Danielle [Craig] did.”