She's a mum, TV and radio presenter, fashion designer, expert baker and now Fearne Cotton's helped to curate an amazing charity festival
Fearne Cotton attended her first festival of the summer on Saturday, both partying at and curating the amazing ‘Festifeel’ to help raise funds for breast cancer research.
When she hasn’t been busy nursing four-month-old Rex Wood or cooking up a storm in the kitchen (seriously, those cupcakes…) , the TV and radio presenter has been helping to organise this year’s Coppafeel festival, dubbed ‘Festifeel’.
Fearne Cotton managed to persuade a number of huge acts including the Tribes and Rex’s godfather, X Factor runner-up Kye Sones, to perform at the event at Islington’s Metal Works, all in the name of a good cause.
The charity kickstarted the Coppafeel charity’s #summerboobtour, which will see the charity team take off around the country to raise awareness of the early signs of breast cancer.
Shunning the Isle of Wight Festival in favour of the charity event, Fearne rocked up in leopard-print leggings and a Festifeel tee – and even decorated her face with a classic Bowie-style lightning bolt in glitter.
And little Rex even got involved, too – Fearne posted a series of fun snaps to her Twitter feed throughout the day, and showed Rex was supporting the event by wearing a cute black and white babygro which read ‘boob man’. We love.
She said: ‘Even Rex is getting into the spirit of things #festifeel’.
Fearne later added: ‘Tribes still on. Great crowd. Feeling so happy and proud this years #festifeel is going so well… Me and my mate have decided that watching tribes makes us feel 21 again.’
The star then shared a picture of herself with Coppafeel founder Kris, who was also rocking her obligatory festival make-up. Fearne captioned the cute photo: ‘The ever so hard working, inspirational and awesome Kris from Coppafeel.’
All in all, it sounds like the event was a huge success. Well done, ladies!