GAME of Thrones star Natalie Dormer has personally written to a grieving mum who set up a charity in memory of her baby girl.

The actress who played Margaery Tyrell in the hit HBO series sent a £200 donation as well as a hand written note to Vicky Turner whose daughter Isabel Baker died from cancer just days after her first birthday.

The 34-year-old who starred in The Tudors and The Hunger Games, wrote: “I am truly sorry for your loss of Isabel. Please accept this donation as a modest representation of my respect and admiration for the work you are doing.”

Little Isabel was diagnosed with a form of infantile leukaemia at just three weeks old and lost her battle with the disease on August 12 last year.

With the help of her friends, Vicky, from Christchurch, set up The Isabel Baker Foundation in her name to provide financial support to parents who have suffered the ultimate heartache of losing a child.

This September, landmarks across the county are being asked to Glow Gold to raise awareness of childhood cancer as part of a national campaign.

Vicky said she wrote to the star asking if she would wear a gold ribbon pin in September to raise awareness of childhood cancer before she received the unexpected personal letter.

The 27-year-old, said: “To receive a cheque accompanied by the lovely note was a lovely and unexpected surprise.

“All the trustees are Game of Thrones fans and we just can’t believe she took the time to look up our charity and make a donation.

“It was so very kind of her.”

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