As if we couldn’t love Stacey Solomon any more. The 29-year-old Loose Women presenter, who is currently on maternity leave after giving birth to baby Rex in May 2019, has teamed up with Scamp & Dude to design a neon 'Swag Bag' of dreams. The award-winning clothing brand for kids and grown-ups, Scamp & Dude, founded by Jo Tutchener-Sharp, has joined forces with lots of new collaborators and charity partners for 'Swag Bags with Purpose'.
"I feel so honoured to be a part of the Scamp and Dude 2019 swag bag with purpose campaign," Stacey said. "Not only am I surrounded by POWER HOUSE women - hello imposter syndrome - who I’ve admired for a very long time they’ve all chosen incredible charities to give the entire profit from their bags to. I’ve chosen Mind as my charity. Metal health and specifically Postnatal depression is a subject close to my heart and if it weren’t for charities like mind who are raising awareness and spending vital money on research I’m not sure I would have even realised what was happening to me let alone know how to deal with it."
She continued: "Thank you to Jo for giving me this opportunity to support a charity I love and design my very own swag bag with purpose. I’m honoured.."
As well as Stacey, Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill, Giovanna Fletcher, Anna Saccone, Style Me Sunday’s Natalie Lee, Debbie Le from ‘The Fashionable Pan’ and Lauren Laverne have all got on board.
What’s more, 100 per cent of the profits will be going to the chosen charity. To get your own £28 ‘Swag Bag with Purpose’ visit scampanddude.com or take a trip to the Scamp & Dude shop in Highgate village in London.
You could also choose your favourite bag based on the charity that has been chosen...
Jessica Ennis-Hill – The Children’s Hospital Charity in Sheffield
Giovanna Fletcher – CoppaFeel!
Anna Saccone – Grief Encounter
Style Me Sunday – Royal Society for Blind Children
The Fashionable Pan – The Stroke Association
Lauren Laverne – Intergenerational Music Making