We all feel better after having a hug, and now your embrace can have more power than ever.
Leading celebrities have teamed up with Bold2in1 Gel to raise money for family charity Home-Start. They deliver one-to-one support, friendship and practical advice to young families who need that extra helping hand.
And you can help these struggling families by simply hugging your own children. For a £1 donation, you can be photographed giving a loving squeeze to your own children at a special photo booth at sites across the country throughout November.
Here we take a look at the celebs who've been doing just that - giving either their own kids, friends or mothers loving squeezes - photographed by leading snapper, Amelia Troubridge.
For more information and to find a photo booth near you visit their website.
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