Margot Robbie, Carey Mulligan and Ed Sheeran are among the stars to have donated signed personal items to a huge star-studded auction.

Ed Sheeran has donated a signed guitar

Ed Sheeran has donated a signed guitar

Over 70 of the world's biggest stars have offered items ranging from the original 'Love Actually' script to the jacket worn by Gillian Anderson in 'Sex Education' to guitars signed by the 'Castle on the Hill' hitmaker and Nile Rogers to raise money for War Child.

The online public sale - which runs from 25 April to 16 May - is a new annual fundraiser called Spring Clean, andwill also include a limited-edition 'Saltburn' scriptbook signed by Carey, a 'Barbie' poster autographed by Margot, Stanley Tucci's signed Dutch Oven, costumes worn by Vanessa Kirby and Emma Corrin in 'The Crown', and an exclusive script and clapperboard signed by the cast of the Netflix regal drama.

Carey, Global Ambassador for War Child UK, said in a statement: “Right now more children are living through conflict than ever before. Having worked with War Child for over ten years, I am grateful to have witnessed firsthand the life-changing impact of providing vulnerable children and families with the resources they so desperately need. It is amazing what the creative industry can achieve when we come together and I hope as many people as possible choose to help War Child by bidding on these rare items which have been lovingly donated.”

Ed added: “I’m very excited to be supporting War Child’s Spring Clean auction. Bid for your chance to win a guitar signed by me and all funds raised through Spring Clean will help War Child continue to protect, educate, and stand up for the rights of children living through conflict.”

Other stars to have donated items include Mark Ruffalo, Bradley Cooper, Olivia Colman, Florence and the Machine, Pet Shop Boys, Muse, Paul Weller, Sigur Ros, Mark Knopfler and Katherine Jenkins. All lot can be found at

Olivia said: “Spring Clean is such an important initiative and I'm proud to be supporting with a signed poster of Marvel Studios’ ‘Secret Invasion’. The psychological impact of conflict can be devastating for a child. War Child's work is vital in providing support as early as possible to help children to heal, for the chance of a brighter future.

All funds raised by Spring Clean will help War Child to deliver critical aid and create safe spaces for children to play, learn and access psychological support in 14 countries around the world including Afghanistan, Democratic Republic of Congo, Gaza, Syria and Ukraine.

To find out more, visit visit and follow @WarChildUK on Twitter and Instagram for further updates.