Deliciously Ella, the award-winning cookery author and entrepreneur, together with her husband Matt Mills, are now supporting the work we do to defeat brain tumours as our High Profile Supporters
Ella Mills started off with her blog, deliciouslyella.com, which has had over 130 million hits in the last four years.
Ella is the daughter-in-law of Baroness Tessa Jowell, who galvanised the political community in the House of Lords with her campaign for those affected by brain tumours following her own diagnosis.
The event was part of our drive to raise awareness during March’s Brain Tumour Awareness Month and was also attended by our Young Ambassador Jordan Toms, also living with a brain tumour and Made in Chelsea star, Josh Patterson.
Ella said: “We’re really pleased to be supporting all the brilliant work that The Brain Tumour Charity does. Our family has recently been affected by a brain tumour and we’ve seen first-hand how important the support, research and awareness they offer is.”
Ella’s first book came out in January 2015 and has been the best-selling debut cookbook ever in the UK and a NY Times best seller.
She has since released a further three best-selling books, created a number one app, launched a line of natural beauty products in collaboration with Neal’s Yard Remedies and with her husband Matt, opened a deli in London, as well as launching three food product lines across the UK.
Ella and Matthew recently won the Ernst & Young Rising Star Award at the Entrepreneur of the Year Awards in London.
As the year progresses, all of our High Profile Supporters will be using their influence and their dedication to help us raise awareness of our key campaigns, fundraising and our advocacy work as part of our ambitious strategy to affect change.