AISLEYNE Horgan-Wallace has revealed she is inviting nurses to live in her home for free as they battle coronavirus in nearby hospitals.
The kind-hearted reality star, 40, has offered up her King's Cross apartment to nurses who are isolating from their families as they tirelessly work to save lives.
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Nurses from University College Hospital in Euston are moving in this week after Aisleyne offered them a safe space online.
She's hoping to be able to give more NHS staff somewhere to
"I have to do something to help," Aisleyne told The Sun.
"I can't thank all NHS doctors, nurses and staff in general enough for what they're doing. They're putting themselves at high risk daily."
Reality star Aisleyne found fame on Big Brother in 2006.
She invested her earnings wisely as she cashed in on her success and built up a multi million pound property portfolio.
It's far removed from her upbringing living in hostels around Dalston and Kilburn, London at the age of 16 where she witnessed gun violence and drug abuse.
Aisleyne added: "I'm so happy I'm able to give people a place to stay during this horrendous time."
Around 1.2 million people work for NHS England in total - and up to 85 per cent are reportedly self-isolating over fears either they or a family member has Covid-19.
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