A former TV star and his wife have adopted a dog from Northumberland rescue centre, Alexa’s Animals.
Tony Booth, father of Cherie Blair and best known for his role as Mike Rawlins in the BBC series Till Death Us Do Part, and partner Steph have recently taken on lurcher Eddie, eight.
Speaking from the couple’s home in West Yorkshire, Steph said: “Alexa’s Animals provides a really vital and incredibly necessary service.”
It isn’t the first time the couple have adopted a dog from the charity. In 2013, they took on a Cavalier King Charles spaniel, who they festively named Carol.
For more details, visit alexasanimals.webs.com
Tony and Steph Booth have adopted Eddie from Alexa’s Animals. Alexa Nisbet, who runs the charity, and helper Phyl Robson, are also pictured.