ACTRESS Elizabeth Hurley has celebrated the ‘incredible work’ of a cancer charity support women in Titchfield.
The famous model championed the efforts of the Breast Cancer Haven, Wessex, during a trip to the facility to mark its third anniversary.
Acting as a global ambassador of Estée Lauder’s breast cancer campaign, she was given a tour of the health hub, which supports those battle the disease.
Estée Lauder has been supportive of the haven since it opened in its grade II listed building in 2015.
Pamela Healy, chief executive of Breast Cancer Haven, said: ‘We are absolutely thrilled to welcome Elizabeth to Breast Cancer Haven, Wessex.
‘She has tirelessly devoted many years supporting Estée Lauder Companies’ brilliant breast cancer campaign which has contributed so much to the fight against the disease. ‘
Elizabeth said: ‘Going through breast cancer treatment can be a very challenging time for patients and their families and it is fantastic to see first-hand the incredible work that Breast Cancer Haven Wessex is doing to support those impacted the disease.’
Philippe Warnery, senior vice president at Estée Lauder UK and Ireland, was ‘honoured’ to visit the haven and said: ‘In the UK alone,
nearly £11 million has been raised to support the Breast Cancer Research Foundation but there is still work to be done, which is why it’s so important that charities like the Breast Cancer Haven are providing much-needed support to those touched by breast cancer.’