Hats off to the long list of celebrities readying themselves to run the epic 26.2 miles of the London marathon. The distance is no walk (or run) in the park, and the stars of this year’s “Face Race” are rather nervous…
Formula 1 racing driver Jenson Button is looking to go sub three hours!
— Jenson Button (@JensonButton) April 25, 2015
Eggheads quiz star CJ de Mooi won the celebrity race last year – can he pip Jenson to the finish line this time?
It's the big day and I'm on my way to Blackheath. Despite the pressure, I'll run the whole race with a big smile on my face ????
— CJ de Mooi (@cjdemooi) April 26, 2015
Radio 2 Breakfast Show host Chris Evans only revealed he was running this morning!
— Chris Evans (@achrisevans) April 25, 2015
Meanwhile, over on Radio 1, DJ Greg James is “ready”.
Oliver Proudlock has left behind the Chelsea cobbles to pound the streets of central London this morning for the British Heart Foundation.
— Oliver Proudlock (@oliverproudlock) April 26, 2015
He’ll be lining up with his former MIC co-star Hugo Taylor:
— Hugo Taylor (@hugo_london) April 25, 2015
Supermodel Christy Turlington Burns is on a serious pre-race health kick.
Henry Holland has such a way with words.
As does James Cracknell…
— James Cracknell (@jamescracknell) April 25, 2015
Broadchurch and W1A actor Jonathan Bailey must have had a quiet night turning 27 yesterday.
— Jonathan Bailey (@JonnyBailey) April 25, 2015
And TV presenter Jenni Falconer is all prepped and ready:
Bluestone 42 actress Laura Aikman has got her inspirational quotes at hand.
Runners… Best motivational montage ever! https://t.co/YYiLijFlPQ
— Laura Aikman (@LauraAikman) April 26, 2015
The nerves have kicked in for former footballer Lee Hendrie:
Early start tommoz nervous???? pic.twitter.com/bQh5qE2AOo
— leehendrie77 (@leehendrie77) April 25, 2015
And Blue Peter presenter Lindsay Russell is in the zone…
TIME TO DO A MARATHON, live on bbc 1 / 2 with @CBBC_Hacker and @HelenSkelton at 8.30!! ????
— Lindsey Russell (@Linds_bluepeter) April 26, 2015
Watch live coverage of the London marathon on BBC1 until 2:30pm