The Girls Aloud star wears this year’s charity T-shirt, exclusively designed by the Beckhams

Check out this week’s NOW magazine and you’ll find a new Editor in the hot seat – Girls Aloud’s Kimberley Walsh!

She took up the challenge in aid of a good charity cause – to promote this year’s Sport Relief weekend, which kicks off at 7pm on Friday 19 March on BBC1.

Kimberley may have had her hair and make-up done to be our Editor for the day, but she ditched the designer clothes in favour of one of this year’s Sport Relief T-shirts, designed by David and Victoria Beckham and their boys.

The net profits from the sale of each Sport Relief T-shirt go towards helping people who are living unimaginably tough lives across the UK and in the world’s poorest countries.

You can grab an exclusive Beckham-designed Sport Relief T-shirt, priced £9.99 for adults and £5.99 for kids, at Sainsbury’s (www.sainsbury’s.co.uk) or TK Maxx (www.tkmaxx.com).

Pick up a copy of this week’s special issue of Now, 5p from every copy sold goes to Sport Relief!*

* 5p donation from UK newsstand sales of Now magazine only, as confirmed by audited ABC newsstand sales figures. In support of Sport Relief, an initiative of Comic Relief, registered charity 326568 (England/Wales); SC039730 (Scotland).