Robert Rinder continues his crusade to help the people of Ukraine as the war with Russia rages on and the TV judge goes to Warsaw, Poland to pick up 52 orphans and their caretakers
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Unbelievable Robert Rinder continues his humanitarian mission in Ukraine, announcing that he was going out to collect more than 50 orphans.
The 43-year-old criminal lawyer and TV star has put his life on hold to join the efforts in the war-torn country.
He continues to work to help those who really need it, informing everyone from the front lines as Russia’s illegal invasion of the European nation intensifies.
In collaboration with Save A Child, he is stepping up his efforts and today the television judge announced that he is on his way to Poland.
The TV favorite has been widely acclaimed for his hands-on response to the crisis, as his efforts have not gone unnoticed both at home and in Ukraine.
He added: “Privilege is what you can do and who you can reach to help others.”
Robert shared heartbreaking photos Friday of himself united with the family of former Strictly Dance Partner Oksana Platero who escaped from war-torn Ukraine.
He took it upon himself to provide support and assistance to 33-year-old Ukrainian professional dancer Oksana’s family as the Strictly star is trapped by work commitments in the US as war devastates her homeland due to Vladimir Putin’s illegal invasion of the European Union. . nation.
The Judge Rinder star – who teamed up with Oksana on Season 14 of Strictly in 2016 – has kept fans and followers up to date via social media as he tried to locate his friend’s relatives and bring supplies for them.
He finally managed to track down Oksana’s grandmother and aunt, who were displaced by the war.
Rob shared photos of his tearful meeting with his dance partner’s relatives via Instagram, writing: “Oksana’s family: Aunt Lidya and Grandma Zoya.
“We managed to reach them this morning with a wheelchair and some medical supplies. Despite having almost nothing… they are ‘grateful for everything’.”
His message has been met with messages of support – with fellow Strictly 2016 star Daisy Lowe writing, “Absolutely unbelievable” along with a series of red heart emojis.
The stand-in GMB host has documented every step of his journey to the Poland-Ukraine border, where he has met many other refugees whose lives have been turned into chaos by the Russian invasion.
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