Martin Freeman and Amanda Holden don Red Nose Day for charity

Actor Martin Freeman and Britain’s Got Talent judge Amanda Holden were both photographed wearing Red Nose Day 2023 shirts for Comic Relief.

K Maxx, in partnership with the charity, is selling clothing featuring the red-nosed characters from Roger Hargreaves’ Mr Men and Little Miss series of books.

The Hobbit and Sherlock Freeman star, 51, was photographed in support of the campaign, wearing a blue sweater that reads “good vibes”.

Holden, 51, wears a pink t-shirt featuring Little Miss Fabulous with a red nose, red hair and a red bag,

Other celebrities, photographed by Matt Holyoak in support of the campaign, include: broadcaster Fearne Cotton; Downton Abbey actor Hugh Bonneville; Doctor Who actress Jodie Whittaker; singer Rachel Stevens and Strictly Come Dancing judge Shirley Ballas.


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Former Love Island host Whitmore, 37, said: “This year’s collection is the most colorful with designs featuring the iconic Mr Men Little Miss characters.

“I was lucky enough to play Mr Greedy on set, munching on a delicious cake – what more could you want?”

Ballas, 62, calls the range “absolutely amazing” and encourages “everyone to get involved in any way they can”.

Stevens, 44, a former S Club 7 member, said: “It’s all for the good so watch and join if you can.”

TK Maxx is selling an adult t-shirt for £12.99 and will be donating at least £5 to Comic Relief.

A children’s t-shirt is on sale for £6.99 for children, raising funds for charity at least £2.50 each.



Besides Fairtrade cotton t-shirts and sweatshirts, the new collection also includes an apron, tote bag, lunch bag, notebook, water bottle, stuffed toy and mug.

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Since 2005, TK Maxx’s partnership with Comic Relief in support of Red Nose Day has raised over £30 million.

Celebrities are also seen wearing Disney aprons and sports t-shirts designed by British illustrator Charlie Mackesy.

Funds raised for Comic Relief have helped more than 11.7 million people alleviate poverty, access safe housing and professional services for those experiencing or at risk of domestic violence and domestic violence. children and young people in the UK and around the world.

Red Nose Day returns on Friday, March 17 and will be presented by AJ Odudu, David Tennant, Joel Dommett, Paddy McGuinness and Zoe Ball on BBC One. Martin Freeman and Amanda Holden don Red Nose Day for charity

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