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Emma Willis and her husband Matt have been spotted training to be vaccine volunteers.
TV presenter Emma, who recently confused fans as she went from honey blonde hair to "Jessica Rabbit" red overnight, and her other half are two of many celebrities sacrificing their own time to work for St John Ambulance to ensure the vaccine gets rolled out as quickly and efficiently as possible amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
In one snap, the 45 year old TV star and Busted musician could be seen sitting next to each other in branded green T-shirts, which they paired with matching dark trousers.
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Emma looked gorgeous as she styled her short auburn hair down in a side parting and wore minimal make-up, while she rested her hands on her husband's knee.
Matt, 37, had a giant smile plastered across his face and teamed his outfit with a pair of glasses.
In another photo, The Voice host could be seen wearing a blue face mask alongside a face shield and blue latex gloves as she handled a syringe and practiced administering the vaccine on her husband.
While Emma wore a grey jumper for the training session, her significant other donned a black T-shirt with a plastic sheet wrapped around him as he steadied his arm for her.
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A third picture showed Matt, who recently claimed the Church of Scientology tried to break up his marriage to Emma, dressed in the green T-shirt with a black jumper over it as he donned a blue face mask while talking to a man waiting in line to get the jab.
Emma said she decided to volunteer after feeling "useless" at home over the past year, where the country has been put into three separate lockdowns as a result of Covid-19.
"We wanted to help in some way and give something back," she said. "If we can be a tiny part of helping the vaccination process along its way and be an extra pair of hands when hands are needed, then I'll feel like we've done something to contribute."
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"I remember St John from backstage at venues and festivals," Matt added. "At the front there was either a paramedic or someone from St John stood in front of us."
He continued: "I'd recognise those jackets anywhere and it's a good feeling! Many of us have a lot of time on our hands right now and I want to be able to look back in 10/20 years and say I used that time wisely.
"We did our little bit and we helped in some way."
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