One Direction dolls each cost £16.99. The boys are set to appear on Children In Need. They just visited a severely disabled teenager, Freya, and her friends at the Rainbows Hospice. They performed What Makes You Beautiful for them before meeting and chatting with everyone.
Wheelchair-user Freya suffers from Lennox Gastaut syndrome, a rare form of epilepsy which can inflict her with over 40 seizures a day. Her mom said: ‘It was really, really nice. They [One Direction] were lovely and spoke to everyone, adults and children. It was not rushed.. It’s great because it will raise awareness of Rainbows. Anything that highlights charity & what it does has got to be good.’