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A couple who say they've been hit by a double dose of bad luck are trying to raise another £85,000 to pay for a life-changing operation for their disabled son
Little Charlie Farragher has cerebral palsy, is unable to walk and spends much of his time in a wheelchair.
But the 22-month-old, from Staplehurst, is a determined little boy and parents (image)
The three-year-old, who underwent the £85,000 surgery in St Louis, Missouri, late last year, is now able to run and dance.
Mrs Farragher said: "Cerebral palsy is not
"Charlie is already undergoing intensive physiotherapy before the operation, and we've noticed such an improvement.
"He can now pull himself up, and can get to the seventh step on our stairs, which
She added: "The prediction is that Charlie will be able to walk with some sort of device, but it's not just about walking.
"It's about being able to get in and (image)
"He is a bright and engaging little boy and he deserves this chance."
The family, of Headcorn Road, was backed by the organisers of a music festival on Saturday.
Bands including The Relics Pink Floyd Tribute Band, Room3, Sourberry, Quiff and the Shades, and Monika Green took to the stage at Little Pagehurst Farm on Five Ash Lane, Staplehurst, last weekend.
She was catapulted to sex symbol status in 1992 after her portrayal of femme fatale Catherine Tramell in the cult classic Basic Instinct.
And 15 years on, Sharon Stone appeared as youthful
The Hollywood star, 59, enjoyed the VIP treatment in the Sandals luxury resort lounge - and caught the eye of handsome French-American actor Gilles Marini.
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Showing off her famous blonde tresses in a sharp pixie crop, the star's high cheekbones and flawless skin radiated youth.
Adding a smattering of jewellery, the stunning actress wore light makeup and
Gilles bravely opted for a double denim combination over a plain black T-shirt. The former Sex And The City star swept his dark black locks into a stylish quiff and flashed his Hollywood smile
Christina Milian was also spotted backstage at the Sandals lounge during the show.
Radiating good looks, the glowing star, 35, flashed a pearly white smile in a seductive pinstripe co-ord with a
Adding a few touches of statement gold jewellery, the star was all smiles as she bounced the a beach ball playfully before Ed's set began.
Meanwhile, Sharon recently shared a minute-long
The 59-year-old Oscar nominee performed a seductive and playful scene as murder suspect Catherine Tramell opposite filmmaker Paul Verhoeven as Detecive Nick Curran (Michael Douglas).
The unearthed footage was originally included
The 79-year-old Dutch director was already impressed with the Pennsylvania-born blonde when he directed her as Arnold Schwarzenegger's manipulative wife in Total Recall.
'[Catherine Tramell] was not an easy
'They offered it to 12 or 13 other women who turned it down. So it wasn't like I got there and everyone was like, "Yay, she's here!" It was like, "Mmmm." But I
The cross-legging role of the homicidal bisexual author required full nudity, explicit love scenes, and violence - which did not impress the likes of Julia Roberts, Kim Basinger or Meg Ryan.
However, Stone's second effort as Catherine in Michael Caton-Jones' dismally-reviewed 2006 flop Basic Instinct 2 only earned $38.6M back from its hefty $70M budget.