Daffodil Day brightened up the country as a massive amount of volunteers around the country lined the streets sporting yellow to fundraise for the Irish Cancer Society.
The annual event asks people to buy daffodil pins or the the actual flowers from volunteers on the street to support the worthy charity, host a coffee morning or alternatively to text CANCER to 50300 donated €4 to the cause.
Celebs were quick to support the brilliant work of the charity too.
Norah Casey, who we’ve most recently seen on Dancing With The Stars, and Bobby Kerr a cancer survivor himself took part in a beautiful photo-call for the charity.
Paddington and Downton Abbey’s Hugh Bonneville made sure to pop on a Daffodil Day pin for his appearance on The Late Late Show.
— Irish Cancer Society (@IrishCancerSoc) February 9, 2018
Miriam O’Callaghan asked people to dig deep for Daffodil Day posing with the now famous man who decks himself out in a full daffodil suit every year.
— James Patrice (@JamesPatrice) March 23, 2018
James Patrice donned Daffodil stocaí as he dashed down to Cork for the Today Show.
— Louise McSharry (@louisemcsharry) March 23, 2018
Louise McSharry called for people to donate as generously as they could to help the Irish Caner Society continue the amazing services they provide.
Thanks for the socks! Luke, Edward and the team from @IrishCancerSoc called into Govt Buildings earlier this week ahead of #DaffodilDay. Help turn Ireland yellow today and support cancer research. pic.twitter.com/qNpMSKBP9s
— Leo Varadkar (@campaignforleo) March 23, 2018
Taoiseach Leo Vradaker also got behind the cause and like James, couldn’t resist sporting some fitting socks.