North East UK news Ant & Dec stun heroic five-year-old fundraiser with epic prize MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - Ant & Dec had already sent a message to Tony Hudgell, 5, after his amazing fundraising but the surprises didn't end there
Breaking News ! Ant & Dec left a heroic fundraiser and his family on cloud nine after springing a huge surprise on them live on Good Morning Britain. Five-year-old Tony Hudgell was so badly abused by his birth parents that he had to have both legs amputated. But showing real courage, he didn't let that get in his way as, taking inspiration from Captain Tom Moore, he raised £1million for the hospital who saved him by walking every day in June. He surpassed his 10km aim to reach 12km and was then given a further boost when the huge Ant and Dec fan was given an unexpected video message from the Geordie duo. Read More Related Articles Susanna Reid slams Ryanair boss over 'crammed' flights and 'pointless' social distancing Read More Related Articles Phillip Schofield could quit This Morning over big money BBC deal In the message, Ant began "Hi Tony, Ant and Dec here, we just wanted to send you a message to say what an amazing thing you are doing.
. Listen thank you so much keep up the good work and we are sending you lots and lots of love, thanks, Tony.” But the shocks didn't end there as, after appearing on Wednesday, Tony and his family were given a huge surprise by hosts Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid, when they revealed that Ant and Dec had invited them to get the VIP treatment at one of their ITV shows, when filming eventually resumes with an audience.
Tony reacted by throwing his hands up in the air in excitement, so we guess he was rather pleased! Piers ended the interview by declaring Tony "the pride of Britain."
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