David Beckham punches Prime Minister Boris Johnson as he arrives at the Who Care Wins Awards with his mother Sandra.
The 46-year-old is uniting to honor our NHS heroes by standing shoulder to shoulder with the likes of Prince William at our star-studded bash this evening.
David looked drab in a smart suit as he posed as a guest on the red carpet with his lovely mom.
She put her hand around her shoulder as she smiled for the cameras, with Sandra taking fashion inspiration from her daughter-in-law Victoria with a chic yet simple all-black outfit.
David showed his playful side when he later bumped into the PM, with the two men enjoying fist-fights and friendly conversations.
The former football supporter also met a young guest of ours who was posing for a selfie after a quick chat outside the Roundhouse in Camden, North London.
Along with attendees like Prince William and her own columnists Dr. Zoe Williams and Baul Babe Deborah James, Becks will help celebrate our amazing doctors, nurses, midwives, surgeons, volunteers, researchers and charity workers at a ceremony hosted by Davina McCall. .
Events like this have only been made possible by a relentless NHS and vaccine campaign, with millions of Britons having jobs that protect them from severe COVID-19.
Two people helping to make this possible are also present, Professor Dame Sarah Gilbert and Professor Andrew Pollard who helped pioneer the Oxford/AstraZenka vaccine.
After a difficult year and a half battling the pandemic, it has never been more important to show our thanks to NHS workers and those helping in the fight against the pandemic.
This year we have teamed up with The National Lottery and NHS Charities.
Last year generous Granthshala readers raised more than £1 million for the charity to provide vital assistance to employees in their time of need.
- ‘Who Cares Wins Awards’ will be telecast on Channel 4 and All 4 on Sunday at 7.30 pm.
who cares wins the prize
The Who Care Wins Awards honor those who have helped to care for the nation.
Here are the categories:
- 999 hero
- best charity
- best doctor
- best babysitter
- best nurse
- phenomenal pioneer
- mental health hero
- national lottery prize
- last life saver
- unsung hero
- young hero
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