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Kimberley Walsh, Faye Tozer-Smith and more join Jeans for Genes campaign

This week (September 16-20) is all about the Jeans for Genes Day campaign and a whole host of celebrities are sporting the hottest fashion t-shirt of year in support of the charity.

Genetic Disorders UK and Warner Bros. UK, in collaboration with DC UK, have teamed up to release a super cool limited edition t-shirt which features two iconic DC superheros, Batman and Batgirl, ‘fighting for a good cause’.

Some of our favourite celebrities are getting behind the cause by rocking this awesome t-shirt. From Kimberley Walsh, Faye-Tozer Smith, Mollie King, Una Healy, Vanessa White, Dr Ranj, Megan McKenna, Anne Twist, and several Love Island stars, they’ve all donned this superhero t-shirt in support of Jeans For Genes.

Check out some of their pictures below.

Kimberley Walsh

Faye Tozer-Smith

Dr Ranj

Gemma Atkinson

Chris Taylor

Lucie Donlan

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Did you know its estimated that 1 in 25 children in the UK are affected by a genetic disorder? This means that an astounding 30,000 babies and children will be newly diagnosed each year! If this shocks you as much as it has me then there are ways that you can help support the families and improve the lives of the individuals who are affected by such life-altering genetic disorders. I'm helping support GDUK by making a style statement and wearing this awesome limited edition Batgirl fashion tee-shirt in recognition of their @jeans_for_genes fundraiser. If you'd like to know more about the Charity head over to their website! ?? #jeansforgenes2019 #BatmanxJeansforGenes #Batman80 #Longlivethebat #charity Photo : @lizzie_churchill

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Megan McKenna

Una Healy

Vanessa White

Mollie King

Adult t-shirts are priced at £20, with children’s t-shirts priced at £9. All profits go to support children living with genetic disorders, with an estimated one in 25 children being affected. This means that 30,000 babies and children are diagnosed in the UK every year.

You can buy one of the limited edition t-shirts here. Click here to learn more about Jeans for Genes and its work.

Jeans for Genes Day takes place between September 16-20.

Will you be supporting Jeans for Genes Day this year? Let us know on Twitter @CelebMix

Written by Katrina Rees

I'm Katrina, or Kat to pretty much everyone. I'm an editor for CelebMix, a content writer, a boyband lover and an all round music fanatic.
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