The Cambridges and The Crown just had a major crossover event.
Per People, one of the stars of the hit Netflix series, Olivia Colman, donated to an online auction sponsored by one of Duchess Kate‘s charities that helps families and children in hospices. For the auction, Colman—who portrays Queen Elizabeth II in Seasons 3 and 4 of the show—offered a signed script of the Season 4 finale episode. Coleman’s signature is written across the front page of the script, which also marks her final episode appearing as the queen in the hit drama. A photo of the donation can be seen on the auction’s bidding website here.
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The online auction benefits East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) and includes famous movie and music memorabilia from further fellow celebrities. Ed Sheeran and Cate Blanchett are just a couple other high-profile stars who donated to the digital event. In only six days, the auction has already brought in $80,000, with bidding ending Sunday.
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The Duchess of Cambridge volunteered alongside EACH earlier this summer, when she joined families in helping plant a garden at one of the charity’s purpose-built hospices.
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“The care and the nurture that you provide children and families in the most unimaginable circumstances is just awe inspiring,” the duchess wrote in a letter to the charity at the time of her visit. “I’d also like to pay tribute to all those families out there who are caring for and looking after a child with a life limiting illness. You do the most extraordinary job and I know it’s particularly hard at the moment so my thoughts go out to you all.”
This article first appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.