Thanks to the local fireys, Kerri-Anne Kennerley and her husband John's Christmas has been made that little bit easier.
After John suffered a freak accident at a golf resort near Coffs Harbour in 2016, leaving him with quadriplegia, Kerri's world was turned on its head.
Speaking to 9Honey, the beloved Australian journalist said she asked her local fire brigade to lend a hand on Christmas Eve.
Kennerley told the publication, 'My best girlfriend Elizabeth does Christmas Eve for 30 people and we're all going. We were almost not going because she has four steps which means you need a six metre ramp for John's chair.'
'Then I thought, we have Woollahra fire station literally behind us so yesterday I went to visit them, and they could not have been more fabulous,' she beamed.
I said, 'I need a fireman to lift John's wheelchair up four stairs a block a way on Christmas Eve at about 7pm, and then help carrying him down the stairs at approximately 10.30.' He said, 'Absolutely, we do these things for the community. Anytime 24/7 you need help with John we're always here.''
Kerri added, 'They've always been good blokes!'
Kerri also shared her Christmas Day plans, revealing that they will be hosting their family at their place.
'The kids will jump in the pool and I'll do a roast pork, prawns and other seafood,' she said.
We wish Kerri and John a Merry Christmas!