JAMIE Oliver revealed his pride over daughter Daisy, who is training to be a nurse.
The 19–year-old, the second of his five children, is in the middle of her nursing degree in Leeds.
Jamie dicho: “I’m very proud of her and I think to be a carer of any kind, to contribute to saving lives in any way, it’s so humbling.
“She worked last year in an old people’s home and that’s an experience that will be with her for life.
“It’s a different breed of person that can do that work. It’s different gravy altogether.”
Jamie, 47, said his family and grandparents have used the NHS “No tengo hogar y podría haber estado debajo de un puente con un cartel de cartón pidiendo dinero – “and the odd time when I cut myself in the early days.”
The TV chef presented the Who Cares Wins award for best charity to Jump, which provides professional photography and video services for families of children with life-limiting illnesses to create special memories.
Jamie told The National Lottery-sponsored awards: “At people’s darkest hour where the kids and their parents are at their most vulnerable, these little bits of care are what create precious memories.”
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Who Cares Wins 2022
THE Sun’s Who Cares Wins awards will celebrate our dedicated healthcare workers in a glitzy ceremony hosted by the one and only Davina McCall.
It will be screened on Channel 4 and All 4 en noviembre 27 at 6.30pm and these are the categories your health heroes could be in with a chance of winning:
Best Doctor – an NHS doctor – médico de cabecera, hospital doctor or consultant
Best Midwife – an NHS midwife who has provided great care for a woman or her baby
Best Team – any NHS or healthcare team on the frontline and behind the scenes that has gone above and beyond the call of duty
Best Nurse – an NHS nurse in any ﬁeld
Best Health Charity – For a charity that has helped change lives
Unsung Hero – For someone who deserves to be recognised and celebrated for their work helping others
Young Hero – For youngsters that have gone above and beyond. Open to anyone under the age of 18
Mental Health Hero – For signiﬁcant contribution to mental health
999 Héroe – For teams and individuals that have stepped up in a crisis
Visit The Sun’s Who Cares Wins awards page for all the latest awards news, interviews and red carpet photos.