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He's a nice guy and all but I can't see him getting involved in this - not because he wouldn't want to but because he's busy enough as it is. He's not listed on the charity's website: [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] Anyway, who knows?
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Kim Kardashian and Lily Allen have joined stars including Victoria and David Beckham, Paris Hilton, George Clooney, Leona Lewis, Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell to support the work of the Samantha Abbott Trust.
Samantha, a teacher from Sutton in Surrey, killed herself in 2009 after developing postnatal depression following the birth of her son and her brother Simon has set up the charitable trust in her memory.
He's determined to help other mums who feel they cannot cope with life after having their babies.
'There has been amazing support from celebrities who have donated clothes/items for a future fundraiser,' says Simon, who is planning a fashion show event in Jersey at the end of the year.
In the meantime, there will be a chance to see some of the celebrity clothes at the Samantha Abbott Trust launch party at Aura Mayfair, London, on Friday 26 April, 2013 at 7.30pm.
Tickets cost £25.00 and include a buffet.
'The launch will be a great opportunity for mums and parents to meet others who have suffered, or just want to find out more about the cause,' Simon explains.
'Many mums suffer in silence as they are too afraid to say anything in case people think they are a bad mum or that their baby may be taken away.
'However, with the support of so many celebrities, and celebrity mums speaking up, we hope that other mums will be more open and support each other.'
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Well even if he doesn't support it, its a fantastic cause.
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