Nathan Sykes Spends Time With Young Cancer Survivor After Writing Inspiring Story For Cancer Research UK
Nathan Sykes hilariously called out a few outlets about one of his recent appearances this week on social media.
The British singer spent some time with Emilia Kenworthy and her class in Gloucester, England, in support of Cancer Research UK.
Emilia had to have a below the knee amputation after being diagnosed with osteosarcoma in her leg last year.
“When I was diagnosed, I didn’t really know what it meant at first,” Emilia, who’s nickname is Mimi, shared. “I was a little bit scared because when I found out it was cancer I thought I might die.”
She adds, “To help get through everything, I set goals to aim for, and kept positive as much as I could, like I would look forward to having certain foods I would eat when I was off chemo.”
During Nathan‘s visit, he read his short story called “Rainbow’s End” for “The Little Book Of Big Heroes” which has been put together by Cancer Research UK Kids & Teens.
“Rainbow’s End” was inspired by his cousin Jessica and her twin sister Isabelle.
Some sites were making the focus on his Wanted days, and how the band might one day get back together.
While JJJ is all for that, and wishing for even more solo music from Nathan, the focus should’ve been all on Mimi and Nathan‘s incredible story.
FYI: Nathan is also pictured at the 2017 Prince’s Trust Success Awards in London on Wednesday (March 15).
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