Putting the P into Positivity this week is the magical Prue Leith who has injured her Achilles’ tendon. Prue is currently wearing our Rainbow Crutches whilst she recovers. Packing a punch is an understatement but Prue has proved, crutches don’t need to halt your hopes of making a change.
Not only has Prue travelled to France and Edinburgh on her Rainbow Crutches whilst promoting her fabulous new book The Lost Son, but this week took a trip to Number 10. Yesterday, Prue had a meeting with Boris Johnson to discuss the review on NHS hospital food. Prue will oversee the review, showing us all despite her injury she is continuing her mission to making a better Britain. The Great British Bake off kicks off this week and boy has Prue been busy. Following her pivotal discussion with Boris Johnson, Prue travelled to The Big Feastival for some fun. Pictured having a real giggle whilst working, we cannot express our admiration for her positive approach in the face of adversity. As featured in Metro & Daily Mail, Prue is stealing the limelight in the most fabulous fashion.
Being on crutches can be seriously hard work and take a monumental toll both physically and mentally. Prue has given us all a hit of hope that if we use the right crutches and adopt the right mentality, we can all still continue to laugh, smile and be bang on trend whilst we mend.
Hats off Prue Leith, you really are a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow🌈.
Tune in this week to see The Great British Bake Off on Tuesday 27th August at 8pm on Channel 4.