Amy, 22, first became involved with Make-A-Wish in February 2013 when she attended the Make-A-Wish Valentine’s Ball, held at The Dorchester.
Speaking about her new role with Make-A-Wish, Amy said: “It’s an absolute honour to become an Ambassador for Make-A-Wish. In February, I saw first-hand the magic of Make-A-Wish and just what a difference the charity makes to the lives of very poorly children – I’m thrilled to now be a part of that magic.”
Neil Jones, Chief Executive of Make-A-Wish, said: “We are delighted that Amy is joining Make-A-Wish as our newest Ambassador. Her involvement will be a huge asset to the charity.”
Source: Make-A-Wish UK