Lucy Alexander has stated she would “love” to current a brand new tv present specializing in disabled folks. The former Homes Under The Hammer star has two youngsters with husband and ex-Premier League footballer Stewart Castledine: Kitty and Leo. The 48-year-old’s daughter has been in a wheelchair for the previous 9 years, after turning into immediately paralysed from a virus that attacked her spinal twine. She repeatedly takes to Twitter to speak about her eldest and converse out for folks with disabilities.
Final night time creator Henry Fraser tweeted: “We have to see extra disabled in advert campaigns and presenting television reveals.
“We have to present ready bodied people who we’re identical to everybody else. Present everybody our means.”
The star continued: “We need to show disabled people that being disabled is not something of which we should be ashamed!”
It was then that Lucy replied in view of her 25,000 followers, saying she was eager to be concerned.
She uploaded a message which learn: “Hey Henry I would LOVE to present a tv show with you. Let’s do it! ? X.”
When one other consumer requested: “How about Kitty?!?” the star went on: “Yes, she’s obviously joining the party!”
Presenter Andrew Lynford additionally received concerned within the dialogue, remarking on Lucy and Henry teaming up: “Yes! A great team!”
She then urged: “You need to write us a show!” after he made the transfer from performing to theatre and writing.
Kitty misplaced her means to stroll resulting from little-known dysfunction Transverse Myelitis, which precipitated the immune system to assault the spinal twine.
It occurred again in 2010 when she had been dropped off in school as regular, earlier than Lucy received a name simply an hour later saying she was in agony.
The teen advised Howdy 5 years in the past: “There are issues I am unable to do any extra, however I do not thoughts.
“I’ve discovered one thing else I really like. My ambition is to be the primary actress in a wheelchair to win an Oscar.”
In the meantime, it comes simply weeks after Lucy Alexander hit out about the terminology used to describe Bran Stark (performed by Isaac Hempstead-Wright) within the not too long ago ended HBO sequence Recreation Of Thrones.
She stated she was unimpressed with the time period “Bran The Damaged”, saying disabled folks shouldn’t ever be referred to in the best way.
She wrote: “Just finally caught up on last ep of #GOT… Brann the ’BROKEN’? Just because he’s in a wheelchair does he really need this label?”
Homes Under The Hammer airs weekdays at 10am on BBC One.