Emily Ratajkowski visits cancer charity in Cork

The staff were delighted with the unexpected visit



Emily Ratajkowski paid an unexpected visit to a cancer charity in Cork.

The staff of Cork Arc Cancer Support House were delighted when model and actress stopped by for a chat.

Emily decided to head along after she heard her parents praise the organisation.

The star’s family have a holiday home in Cork, making her a regular visitor.

Via Cork ARC Cancer Support House
Via Cork ARC Cancer Support House

A statement from the support group said that Emily was delighted to see the work they do.

“The star of the film, Gone Girl and regular model on the catwalks of London, New York and Paris was delighted to visit Cork ARC Cancer Support House and see the development of our cancer support services in Bantry which provide vital support services for cancer survivors, their family members, carers and friends over the wide rural area of West Cork and South Kerry.”

They added: “We’re thrilled that Emily visited Cork ARC in Bantry, and hope that the spotlight she has shared with us will help us reach out to cancer patients, their families and their carers, who may be in need of the cancer supports we provide, free of charge.”

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