The children’s television star, actress and influencer was partnered with NHS England by MN2S for a campaign supporting flu vaccines for pregnant women.
Dani Harmer was booked through MN2S to spread the word about the safety and efficacy of flu vaccines for pregnant women. Appearing in a video for the NHS and spreading the word across social media, Dani endorsed the use of vaccines to protect mums-to-be this winter. Speaking about the importance of vaccination, she commented: “I’ve just had the flu vaccine and Avarie has had one every year that she’s been eligible. I also had the vaccine when I was pregnant with Avarie. I just think it’s super important to protect yourself, especially during pregnancy. I didn’t realise how bad flu can be for you and your unborn child.” Dani is mum to Avarie, her 5-year-old daughter, and is currently expecting her second child with her husband, Simon.
Dani Harmer rose to prominence as the star of the hugely popular CBBC show The Story of Tracy Beaker. Playing the lead role in one of the decade’s most popular children’s TV series, she became a face and a character known to almost every British citizen of a certain age. Dani Harmer was a regular fixture on British screens for several years, appearing in five consecutive series of the original programme, along with spin-off shows Tracy Beaker Returns and The Tracy Beaker Survival Files. She now performs on stage and makes appearances at sold-out events up and down the country.