Monday 18 February 2013
Make Today Count skydiver Kelly-Marie Stewart is no plane Jane
Muscular Dystrophy Campaign ambassador Kelly-Marie Stewart leapt back in time at the RAF Museum last week, transforming into a cheeky wartime pin-up to promote our Make Today Count campaign.
Former Hollyoaks star Kelly-Marie will be among the 130 thrill-seekers facing a 15,000ft skydive on the first weekend of March. Together they hope to raise £50,000 towards treatments for Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
Kelly-Marie, who has a neuromuscular condition herself, has also persuaded fellow Liverpool residents - former Hollyoaks star Stuart Manning, Big Brother Series One winner, Craig Phillips, Desperate Scouse Wives' Layla Flaherty and Geordie Shore's Rebecca Walker to join her.
"I hope people will join us in our mission to get treatment to children and young people living with Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Skydiving is on many people's bucket-lists. If you join us on 1 and 2 March you will share the excitement - and the terror - with more than 100 other people. Keep calm, carry on and get involved!"
View more photos of Kelly-Marie and fellow skydiver on our facebook page.
Please show your support for our skydivers by texting MAKE13 £5 to 70070 to donate £5.