Prince William and Prince Charles join more than 100 famous faces to salute the nation’s remarkable and unsung heroes. The awards show, airing on Tuesday 7 November at 8.00pm on ITV, is hosted by Carol Vorderman with presenter Ashley Banjo.
Celebrities joining them include David Beckham, Simon Cowell, Sir Michael Caine, Joanna Lumley, Sir Rod Stewart, Sir Lenny Henry, Ed Sheeran, Suranne Jones and One Direction’s Liam Payne. This year has been blighted by terror attacks on Manchester and London and the Grenfell Tower inferno, and this year’s awards focus on the remarkable heroism of members of the emergency services and the NHS.
Other winners also include a quick-thinking four-year-old girl who saved her mother’s life, an 85-year-old pensioner who has completed over a thousand skydives, a forensic scientist whose pioneering work cracked hundreds of murder cases and a courageous hairdresser whose story empowered women to
fight back against domestic violence.
The Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards 2017 airs Tuesday 7 November from 8.00pm on ITV.