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Ant and Dec beg fans to stay at home to protect cancer sufferer, 4, from coronavirus

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ANT McPartlin and Declan Donnelly have pleaded with fans to stay indoors to help protect cancer sufferer Mila Sneddon, four.

The TV duo shared a video to highlight the importance of staying at home for those at particular high risk of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Ant and Dec shared a heartwarming bid to get everyone to stay home for cancer sufferer Mila[/caption]

Ant and Dec threw their support behind little Mila – who has a vulnerable immune system and is currently undergoing cancer treatment – in a clip shared online.

In the video, which shows the stars sitting separately, the pair beg for “everybody stay at home.”

Ant said: “Hi everybody Ant and Dec here, not together because we’re at home like everybody should be.”

Dec added: “Absolutely, and as we heard Mila wants us to tell everybody to stay at home so we can protect her and thousands and thousands people like her.”

Ant and Dec backed little Mila

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The pair screamed for fans to stay indoors in the video[/caption]

The four-year-old suffers from a vulnerable immune system and is currently undergoing cancer treatment

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The pair recently recorded Saturday Night Takeaway without an audience[/caption]

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Mila previously requested for the duo to do their part for coronavirus in an interview with ITV news.

Ant and Dec recently smashed viewing records for Saturday Night Takeaway – despite putting the show together without an audience during the global pandemic.

A whopping 11 million Brits tuned in amid government recommendations to stay indoors – the highest figure in the show’s 18-year history.


 

The Saturday Night Takeaway crew were originally forced to rehearse the show over the internet as they practised social distancing.

The worsening pandemic has so far claimed the lives of 465 people in the UK.


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