AMY Childs today reunited with her Towie co-stars at a special CBD oil launch.
Die Die enigste manier is Essex legend has been campaigning to make medical cannabis more accessible on the NHS after seeing the positive effects it can have on those suffering seizures.
Dressed in a stunning white off the shoulder suit, Amy was joined by former co-star and new mum Frankie Essex.
Amy’s other celebrity pals who attended the event included Liefde-eiland stars Amy Hart and Cara Delahoyde-Massey.
Amy’s plight to get medical cannabis on the NHS comes after seeing the wonders the drug has had on young Jorja Emerson.
Her dad Robin spent thousands on treatment after she was diagnosed with a rare form of epilepsy and told by doctors nothing else could be done to help her condition.
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She has now teamed up with Robin and Jorja to release a range of products focusing on CBD oil via Jorja Botanicals.
The range includes essential oils, lip balms, soothing creams and bath oils.
At the launch Frankie could be seen wiping her tears away as she heard about Jorja’s journey.
Speaking exclusively to The Sun last month, mum-of-two Amy said: “We really want medical cannabis to be on the NHS.”
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The passionate star continued: “Robin and I are doing this together.
“There are children now that are in the same situation but the family has no money. I think we should be really positive about this.”
Admitting she believes she can get through to the Prime Minister on the issue, Amy continued: “I haven’t seen him before. I’ve not seen him down the Sugar Hut.
“I know he’s the Prime Minister and I get that but I feel so strongly about the campaign.
“I want to help other children not to have to go through this. I know what to say. I am very positive and very confident we can make a change. “
Amy has also set up a public petition calling for the nation to get behind the cause,
The reality star first found fame as one of the original cast members on ITV’s The Only Way Is Essex in 2010.
Since then she had gone on to become one of the nation’s most recognisable reality TV stars.
Egter, she insists she’s not put off by the stigma that she’s little more than yet another wannabe looking for five minutes in the spotlight.
Amy gesê: “The thing is with me, ja, TOWIE has given me a platform but even before TOWIE I had a really good job.
“Then after TOWIE had had my own business and various ranges.
“Like I said to Robin, my platform now is to help Jorja and to try and make a change.
“People may think I am a reality star but I am doing everything I can do to make it perfect for us all.”
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“We really want to get across the message about what CBD can do for you and how relaxing it can be.
“A percentage of the profits will go to The Jorja Foundation which helps children like Jorja who are in need but can’t afford the treatment. Hopefully we can get it on the NHS soon.”