Rod Stewart makes ₤ 10,000 Pride of Britain contribution

The stars were out in force for the Pride of Britain Awards this evening (November 7), as some of the nation’s bravest and best were honoured for their achievements.The awards, which happened last week, commemorated the exceptionally motivating, commemorating the UK’s emergency services, armed forces and extraordinary members of the public. © Getty Images Andy Stenning Aside from being among the most humbling and psychological nights of the year, the awards were likewise filled with generosity– not least from music legend Rod Stewart.While requiring to

the stage to present domestic abuse survivor Katie Walker with the Prince’s Trust Young Achiever award, Rod revealed that he would be donating ₤ 10,000 to her hairdressing business that gives survivors a safe place to share their experiences.Good going, Rod! And Katie, of course.As well as applauding Rod for his

generous gift, viewers in your home found themselves in total awe of all individuals honoured at the annual awards. And perhaps sobbing a bit, too.Thank you. @PrideOfBritain for making me happy to be British. We are surrounded by such inspiring & brave heroes ❤ #PrideOfBritain– Scarlett Moffatt(@ScarlettMoffatt) November 7, 2017 Little Moin is an outright star

! #PrideOfBritain– Paddy McGuinness(@PaddyMcGuinness

) November 7, 2017 Not even had the very first break yet. #PrideofBritain!.?.!— Jessica Inglis(@jessinglis_) November 7, 2017 Pride of Britain awards … although there’s a lot of bad in the world, there is also a great deal of incredible individuals out there #PrideOfBritain– Adam Fraser(@AdamFraserUK)

November 7, 2017 “If we were gon na pass away, we were gon na die attempting”this is why our emergency situation services deserve all the respect worldwide! #PrideOfBritain–(@_Kayleyann) November 7, 2017