Toon girl’s gift to superstar Adele

Global singing sensation Adele took to the Glasgow Hydro stage at the weekend wearing a very special bracelet.

The bracelet in question had been handmade by 13-year-old Peterhead Academy pupil Chelsea Duncan.

Adele receives and wears some jewellery made by Chelsea Duncan from Peterhead

Adele receives and wears some jewellery made by Chelsea Duncan from Peterhead

During the concert Chelsea’s dad handed ‘Hello’ singer Adele the bracelet and the singer wore it for the rest of her show.

Chelsea had also made a keyring for Adele and after accepting the gifts on stage, the songstress said she would put the keyring onto her handbag straight after the show, much to the delight of the Peterhead teenager.

Chelsea was in hospital around a month ago after suffering from severe pain in her stomach and back and it was during her stay at the Aberdeen Royal Sick Children’s Hospital that she was introduced to beading and made bracelets and keyrings, all of which was funded by The Archie Foundation.

She decided before she left the hospital that she wanted to do some fundraising for the charity and has set up her own Facebook fundraising page, Chelsea’s ARCHIE Charity Challenge, and a JustGiving page.

Selfie of Chelsea Duncan at the Adele concert in Glasgow

Selfie of Chelsea Duncan at the Adele concert in Glasgow

She has been making and selling bracelets, keyrings and bookmarks since her hospital stay to raise money.

Chelsea is now delighted to say that her idol Adele has worn one of her handmade bracelets.

If you would like more information on Chelsea’s ARCHIE Charity Challenge or would like to give a donation please visit www.justgiving.com/Chelsea-Duncan1.

Chelsea Duncan

Chelsea Duncan