STV Presenters Kilt Up!
Thursday 27 November 2008
STV presenters Gerry McCulloch, John MacKay and Sean Batty have braved the winter cold to broadcast their support for our first-ever Kilts for Kids Day.
The handsome trio posed for a photoshoot in Glasgow wearing stylish kilts from McCalls Highland Wear.
Weatherman Sean Batty said: “It’s a bit chilly outside to be wearing a kilt but I am absolutely delighted to wear one in support of CHILDREN 1ST. Kilts for Kids Day is a great initiative, and I hope people across the country join in with the tartan fun and help raise money for Scotland’s vulnerable children.”
Kilts for Kids Day takes place on Friday 28 November, and CHILDREN 1ST has been encouraging everyone to turn Scotland tartan and organise Scottish-themed events in the run-up to St Andrews Day.
Scotland Today newsreader, John MacKay, added: “CHILDREN 1ST is a very worthwhile charity, and I’m glad we can help support such an important cause. We’ve all had a good laugh kilting up today, and I hope many others across Scotland are doing the same.”
Football commentator, Gerry McCulloch, who also works on the Five Thirty Show, said: “Wearing a kilt round the office has been a great laugh - we should do it more often! I hope our involvement can help bring awareness to CHILDREN 1ST and the important work they do.”
Click here for more information on Kilts for Kids Day.
Photo Caption (left to right): Gerry, John and Sean.
Last updated: Thursday 18 December 2008