Chris Evans, 53, rang his son Noah, 11, and wife Natasha, 39, during Thursday's Virgin Radio show, as the 11-year-old reached his £100,000 target for his charity initiative. The youngster has been camping out in their garden every night since last month to raise money for a voluntary sewing collaborative called Scrubs Glorious Scrubs.
The organisation has over 400 people up and down the UK making scrubs and bags for staff to put their dirty clothing into at the end of the shift, to avoid any cross-contamination with their families when they get home.
He was originally hoping to raise £2,000 to help buy fabric so the volunteers could make the non-surgical clothing for the brave NHS workers on the frontline fighting coronavirus.
But his efforts went much further than that and over £100,000 later, he's made it to £113,835 as of Friday morning.
As the family celebrated his success, Chris featured Noah on the show via phone line from home, where he thanked everyone who donated to his cause.
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Chris Evans asks son for his 'crying' wife live on-air (Image: GETTY•VIRGIN RADIO)
Chris Evans and Natasha expressed how proud they are of Noah (Image: GETTY)
"I'd like to say thank you to everyone who's donated because it all counts and I wouldn't be at this total if no one did it," he said.
He continued sharing his gratitude and directed a special thanks to the Virgin Radio team for sharing his updates on the radio and social sites.
Chris giggled and said: "He's so good at this isn't he?"
The former BBC DJ then asked his son if he would put Natasha on the phone to hear her thoughts on the astronomical total.
Chris Evans' son Noah camped out in a home-made den