Penny Lancaster has revealed she helped to save a suicidal person on a bridge while working as a special constable.
The wife of rock star Sir Rod Stewart shared earlier this year that she had completed the course to become a volunteer police officer.
She has now been out on several shifts on foot patrol in London and, on one, helped to save someone she said was “pretty desperate”.
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Lancaster, 50, said on Good Morning Britain: “When you think of policing, you think of the most violent crimes but in fact we’re out there to help the most vulnerable.
“At this particular time there’s a lot of instances on the bridges and I did help assist someone who was pretty desperate on the bridge the other night. It can be rewarding in so many ways.”
“You saved a life Penny, didn’t you?” asked host Susanna Reid.
The TV star replied: “That’s what policing does.
“So we’ve got to look after the police and make sure when their lives are taken, punishment is given.”
Lancaster was inspired to sign up to be a special constable after taking part in Channel 4 reality show Famous And Fighting Crime in 2019 and experiencing what it was like to be a volunteer with the Cambridgeshire Police.
The model - who is mother to sons Alastair, 15, and Aiden, 10, with Sir Rod – has previously said that in policing she feels she has found her calling.
Discussing Famous And Fighting Crime last year, she said: “It was terrifying, terrifying.
"But I never felt more comfortable in a position and I felt like this was where I was supposed to be.”
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