Catherine Zeta-Jones Donates A Pair Of Her Own Heels To Fund The Search For Missing Girl April Jones

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Catherine Zeta-Jones has donated a pair of her own shoes to help continue to fund the search for missing girl, April Jones.

The 43-year-old actress has lent her support by handing over the gold heels, along with a signed photograph of herself.

The gesture may come as no surprise as Catherine is well-known for her Welsh roots, with April also being Welsh.

Catherine's strappy designer heels will be auctioned later on this month at a fundraising event, which is to be held in April's hometown of Machynlleth, Powys.

The mother-of-two sent the shoes after she was contacted by a family friend of the Jones family.

“We wrote a letter to Catherine to ask for support,' Vikki Macdonald explained.

"She kindly gave us the shoes, which she wore for a premiere.”

Five-year-old April, who was reported missing on October 1, has a fund that has already reached £40,000 and is registered with the Charities Commission, as residents of her hometown refuse to give up on the search for her.

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