A North-east school girl has handed over a piece of handmade jewellery to Adele during a sell-out gig in Glasgow.
Chelesa Duncan was “over the moon” when the singer accepted the blue and green bracelet and a butterfly key ring shed had designed after discovering beading in hospital.
The Peterhead Academy pupil had been admitted to Aberdeen Royal Sick Children’s Hospital at the beginning of the month after suffering severe pain in her stomach and back.
Despite countless blood tests and scans doctors could not determine what was wrong with the 13-year-old
Chelsea was taught how to bead during her stay at the hospital.
She has since made more than £500 for the ARCHIE Foundation by selling some of her jewellery
This is the keyring I gave to Adele last night. She said she was going to put it on her handbag right after the show! xxx
She said: “It was very, very exciting. It was amazing, truly a once in a lifetime experience.”
In the video, filmed by Chelsea’s mum Mhairi, Adele is seen accepting the gifts and putting the bracelet on straight away.
She said: “I had such good care at the hospital. I was terrified of needles before I went in there and the activities put on by ARCHIE helped take my mind off being ill.
“They also allowed my mum to stay in a bed next to me. I just wanted to raise some money for them so they can continue to do what they have been for other children like me.”