Published: 12:30, 28 March 2014
Ashford resident and former England footballer Neil ‘Razor’ Ruddock and his daughter Pebbles were crowned the winners of ITV’s Big Star’s Little Star on Wednesday night.
The show, presented by Stephen Mulhern, sees celebrities team up with their children in a bid to win the £15,000 jackpot for their chosen charity.
The aim of the programme, which is in its second season, is to ask the little ones embarrassing and revealing questions about their parents.
The Kingsnorth resident appeared with daughter Pebbles to compete against rugby player Ben Cohen and his daughters, Harriett and Isabella, and athlete Denise Lewis and her son Ryan.
Team Ruddock reached the final leg of the competition, where they successfully secured £15,000 for the Pilgrims Hopsice in Ashford, who cared for Razor’s dad, Ted, last year.
Pilgrims Hospice manager Jon Sillett said he was delighted at Neil and Pebbles success on the show.
He added: “We’re very grateful to them both for choosing to support Pilgrims Hospices. It’s great to see them win £15,000 for us and their appearance also helps to raise the charity’s profile.
“We look forward to meeting them soon and helping us decide how we can best use the money for the benefit of our patients.”
Other stars expected to appear on the show, which is on Wednesday evenings at 8pm, include footballer Michael Owen, X Factor winner Sam Bailey, singer Nicky Byrne, and athlete Paula Radcliffe.
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