Antique expert to walk with stuntman Eddie

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ANTIQUES dealer John Cameron is joining former stunt legend Eddie Kidd on his London Marathon effort.

Eddie, who is best known for his motorcycle stunts, was left brain damaged after a performance went wrong in 1996.

He has been unable to walk since then and uses a wheelchair.

But on April 17, he swapped his chair for a special walking frame, so he could be on the start line of the marathon.

It is estimated it will take Eddie six weeks to complete the 26-mile course.

And this Saturday he is being joined by Portsmouth antiques dealer John Cameron who will walk for eight hours with him.

John, 40, said: ‘We met while filming Cash In The Celebrity Attic and that’s when he asked me if I would join him on the London Marathon.

‘It’s monumental he’s doing this and puts so much into perspective.’

John and Eddie will be joined by a host of other TV personalities, including Ray Winstone, and John Altman, who played Nick Cotton in EastEnders.

Eddie is raising money for charity Children with Leukaemia.

To donate go to virginmoneygiving/eddiekidd