At the start of the year, Heavyweight World Champion Tyson Fury gave his support to the Sheffield Hospitals Charity "21 Years of Jessops Appeal" as part of this he promised to visit the Jessop Neonatal Unit, which took place over the weekend. 

The Gypsy King was accompanied on the visit by his dad, John and son Prince, aged 10, who was treated at Jessops when he was a baby. During the visit, Tyson had a chance to meet local artist, Lynn Hollingsworthm who with the help of funding from the charity, is transforming the Unit for families and staff. The big-hearted heavyweight, also video called Neonatal Ward Clerk Holly Fearn, a huge fan of the Gypsy King, who sadly couldn't be at the hospital. 

Tyson Fury said about the visit 

“It is truly amazing the workd done by the team at Jessops, I would like to thank all of them for their hard work and dedication. I know first-hand how great they are for families.

Gareth Aston CEO f Sheffield Hospitals Charity said 

“We were over the moon that Tyson could visit, staff and patients alike were overwhelmed by the visit. He spent so much time taking photos and chatting to everyone.

At the end of the visit, Tyson's son Prince was given one of the charities Jessop's bears, offered to patients who have been cared for at the hospital.

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