Children In Need 2018: Viewers in tears as Doctor Who Jodie Whittaker organises set surprise for youngster with cystic fibrosis

CHILDREN In Need viewers were left in floods of tears as Doctor Who Jodie Whittaker organised a very special surprise for a young fan with cystic fibrosis.

The actress went all out to surprise Anna with a trip to the Doctor Who set.

Jodie Whittaker had a very special surprise for superfan Anna

Jodie, who took over the sci-fi role this year, recorded a special message for the younger, who is a huge Doctor Who fan.

It was played for her while she was watching the show and revealed she was being treated to a trip to the set in her very own Tardis.

During her special day, Anna got to visit the make-up and costume departments and see the set.

She also got her own outfit which matched that worn by Jodie, who sneaked up on her and surprised her with a hug.

Anna was thrilled to meet the Doctor
Jodie told Anna she shouldn’t feel restricted in life because she’s a girl
Tess Daly is hosting the show tonight

In a touching moment, the actress explained to Anna that can do anything that boys can do.

Tonight’s show is being hosted by Tess Daly and she revealed they are on course to raise a whopping £5.5 million pounds for good causes.

Shortly before the show kicked off, Tess paid a touching tribute to the late Sir Terry Wogan, who fronted the fundraiser for many years before his tragic death in January 2016.

Tess Dlay
Tess Daly shares sweet tribute to the late Terry Wogan

In Vernon Kay’s wife‘s emotional post, she shared a picture of herself with Terry and gushed about the much-loved presenter.

The post read: “Always in our hearts and, especially today, never far from our thoughts.

“Sir Terry Wogan was Life President of Children In Need and during his time working tirelessly for the charity he cared so much about, over £800 million was raised.

“He was a true gentleman; truly one of a kind.”

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