He was nominated through the Lloyds TSB campaign for inspiring others through his extensive work with children’s charities across the UK. Rupert is actively involved with charities Starlight and the Make-A-Wish Foundation which grant once-in-a-lifetime and magical wishes to seriously and terminally ill children. He also spends much of his free time working with the Teenage Cancer Trust and Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).
Remember that you can watch the entire Torch Relay live HERE! Rupert is set to leave Middlesex University at 1:47pm UK time. So stay tuned. We will of course update you all here on the site and on our twitter where we might even post an exclusive goodie or two 😉
Our staff is present at the relay and will try to update us throughout the event. We have already uploaded some pictures from Middlesex University where you can see how they are preparing for the torch (and Rupert) to arrive in the beautiful summer weather. You can see the pics here and stay tuned for many more updates!
A beautiful screenshot from the live stream of Rupert with the Olympic Torch! Stay tuned for our own AMAZING pictures from the event! Until then you can enjoy some more screenshots and general pictures here.
Here is a teaser for what is to come:
UPDATE: Rupert was interviewed by the BBC right after he finished his part of the relay. Check it out here!
Another interview has surfaced, this time by The Telegraph: