Made in Chelsea’s Spencer Matthews speaks with Daisy from Stand-by-me about their journeys following the death of a sibling.


Stand-by-me Bereavement Support, a charity devoted to assisting bereaved children and their families in North Hertfordshire and Stevenage, recently teamed up with TV personality Spencer Matthews for a touching podcast.

When Global’s Make Some Noise asked Daisy, one of our Young Ambassadors, to have a conversation with Made in Chelsea’s Spencer Matthews and share her story after losing her brother Kai, she displayed her remarkable strength. Daisy and her mother Vikki travelled to London the day before meeting Spencer at Global’s office in Leicester Square. Exploring China Town and Leicester Square, Daisy enjoyed her hotel stay and felt like a VIP.

The Global Make Some Noise team warmly welcomed Daisy, giving her a tour of the studio where she witnessed live radio action and met celebrities like Amanda Holden from Heart Radio, adding to her excitement.

During the Q&A session, Spencer was kind and made Daisy feel comfortable as they discussed their shared experiences of sibling loss. Daisy found the discussion enlightening.

Daisy will cherish these memories and is grateful for the opportunity to contribute to something so significant while aiding Stand-by-me. The podcast features Daisy, a courageous young person who received support from Stand-by-me. Spencer and Daisy openly share their personal journeys after losing a sibling, with Daisy highlighting the invaluable support she received.

“We are incredibly proud of Daisy for courageously sharing her story and experiences with the world,” stated Carol Read, Chair of Trustees at Stand-by-me Bereavement Support. “Her openness and strength inspire others on similar paths of loss. Stand-by-me is dedicated to supporting children, young people, and families facing bereavement, and Daisy’s story showcases the impact of our work.”

Spencer Matthews, a British TV personality and entrepreneur renowned for his role in Made in Chelsea, is preparing to complete 30 marathons in 30 days in support of Global’s Make Some Noise, a fundraising campaign aiding small charities like Stand-by-me.

The podcast, created by Global’s Make Some Noise, sheds light on the experience of losing a loved one and the significance of seeking support during such challenging times.

Link to the full podcast: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CDInEPK1tCo

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