The tragedy that hit the Cross family in 2015 makes me cry every single time. I’ve seen Dan on TV, I’ve read about Nikki’s murder on the news and I break down in tears even now, while typing this. It is not my place to tell you what happened, but I must say that the way some people are able to transform the most horrific experience you can ever imagine into something positive it’s so admirable! Take a minute to learn more about a broken family put back together by a father who did what he had to do in order to offer his children the best possible life under the most difficult circumstances.

A few weeks back I was extremely lucky to capture a boot camp organised by some kind and ambitious humans (which you might have seen on TV in SAS who dares wins) where people had the chance to work their butts off and raise money for Nikki’s wishes. Make sure you check out the charity and learn more about the amazing work they do!

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