Nicole Kidman has supported three fathers crossing the country on a charity walk to raise awareness of suicide prevention.
The actress donated £10,000 to '3 Dads Walking', who are hours away from completing a 300 mile trek in memory of their daughters.
The actress said she was "profoundly moved" by the fathers’ plight.
She said: "Three completely brilliant dads, doing a completely brilliant thing, to benefit so many.
"Ahead of them finishing their epic trek on Saturday, and inspired by Daniel Craig who backed them at the outset of their journey, I am matching his £10,000 to support their excellent fundraising efforts.
"Given the circumstances of the past 18 months and the impact of the pandemic, especially on the young, their work is particularly important right now.
"I would like to dedicate my donation to the memory of Beth, Sophie and Emily."
The donation, together with the £10,000 from James Bond actor Daniel Craig and £10,001 from Manchester United legend Lou Macari, has helped the 3 Dads Walking to raise more than £460,000 for the suicide prevention charity PAPYRUS.
The charity say the money will cover the cost of 2,000 potentially life-saving calls to their helpline service HOPELINEUK on 0800 068 41 41.
The dads, including Mike Palmer from Manchester, have each lost their daughters to suicide, and began talking about what they could do to prevent other families going through the same heartbreak.
They decided on the idea of walking from each of their homes in a bid to raise awareness for Papyrus.
They set off on their epic 300-mile trek on Saturday 9 October beginning in Cumbria, through Manchester and finishing in Norfolk on 23 October.
Ged Flynn, Chief Executive of PAPYRUS, says the walk has been a life-saver.
He added: "The three dads epitomise what our charity is all about, turning the tragedy of young suicide into hope.
"Many young suicides are preventable. As the dads end their walk, may the stories of those touched by young suicide continue to enable more life-saving conversations.
"It is remarkable that these proud fathers, who are each trying to deal with their own grief in their own way, have found such a positive path forward together."
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