David Walliams captures imaginations of children with a disability over video call

Comedian, actor and author of multiple children’s books, David Walliams took time out of his schedule to entertain children living with a disability.

On Monday 27 April, David Walliams captivated the imaginations of a group of children when he made a special video call to The Children’s Trust, a charity that supports children with brain injury and neurodisability.


As an Ambassador for The Children’s Trust, David regularly visits the charity, however with the current COVID-19 situation, the star has been unable to visit.

Children at the charity are dealing with life-changing brain injury and the ongoing impact of disability, but because of the coronavirus crisis also the loss of close contact from their friends and family.


During the call, David read Windy Mindy from his book The World’s Worst Children and brought some much needed cheer to brighten their spirits and gave them the opportunity to ask him about life during lockdown.

David is supporting The Children’s Trust’s special appeal so it can continue its vital services during the coronavirus crisis. To find out more visit The Children’s Trust website here.

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