Off Menu's Ed Gamble and James Acaster 'really looking forward' to Comic Relief and Red Nose Day 2023 | The Sun

OFF Menu star Ed Gamble and James Acaster have donned Mr Men and Little Miss themed aprons in support of Comic Relief.

The chef stars admitted they are "really looking forward" to being a part of Comic Relief and Red Nose Day 2023.

Comedians Ed, 36, and James, 38, who present food podcast Off Menu, have teamed up with the iconic character designs.

Ed, who is part of the judging panel on the BBC's Great British Menu, has got stuck in with the launch ahead of the big day.

He and his co-star James revealed they felt "fabulous" as they modelled the apron range and got stuck in with the fun.

The limited-edition Mr Men Little Miss aprons have been made available at TK Maxx and Homesense to raise money for Red Nose Day 2023.

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The collection also includes tote bags, water bottles, lunch bags, mugs, notebooks and plush toys.

Ed and James are among a number of celebrities, who also include Michelin star chef Angela Hartnett and Hungry For It star Big Zuu, taking part in the campaign.

Ed excitedly said of the product launch: "Red Nose Day is always something I look forward to.

"I used to love watching the big night on telly when I was growing up, especially all the comedy sketches.

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"It’s a real privilege that I’m able to join in on all the fun this year, sporting my Mr. Messy apron from Homesense.”

James agreed: “I’ve never felt more seen than wearing the Little Miss Fabulous apron on set with Red Nose Day.

"You too can feel as fabulous as me, by checking out the new range at Homesense and helping to support Comic Relief and all the incredible work they do.”

The collection supports Comic Relief's work to help vulnerable young people and children across the world.

Prices start at just £7.99 for a kids apron, with at least £2.50 of every sale going to the charity.

Homesense has long partnered with Comic Relief to support Red Nose Day, and have raised over £30million.

The limited-edition Red Nose Day collection will be available in store at TK Maxx and online at

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