Sarah Beeny's son thrills fans with 'cheeky' Glastonbury stunt

Sarah Beeny’s son well and truly made the most of his first Glastonbury, seizing the opportunity for a cheeky stage dive.

Rafferty, 14, performed at Worthy Farm over the weekend with his band Entitled Sons.

Consisting also of Billy, 18, Charlie, 16, Laurie, 12, and dad Graham, 50, the group is made up of TV presenter Sarah’s children and her husband, with the name poking fun at her fame.

They made it to Glasto all by themselves, though, winning the Pilton Stage competition and stiff competition from hundreds of other hopefuls to earn a stage at the Avalon Café.

It looked to be a truly epic experience, with the group sharing a series of fun images from their set.

One shot captured teenager Rafferty being carried across the crowd after losing all inhibitions and launching himself out onto revellers.

In their Instagram caption, the band described it as ‘the one where Raffey stole the show by crowd surfing’.

A video of the wild moment showed the crowd absolutely loved it, screaming and cheering as they lifted Rafferty above their heads.

‘I always knew Raffey was the one to watch! 😂😂’, one follower wrote in the comments.

‘That could have gone very wrong 😂’, another joked.

‘OMG @sarah.beeny it looks like they are having the time of their lives! ❤️’, one added.

Other snaps showed the band rocking out while playing guitars, drums, and keys as they performed their tunes, including These Days, which is a song raising money for Cancer Research UK.

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Released earlier this month, the song is extremely personal to the family, as Sarah was diagnosed with breast cancer last year and has been undergoing treatment.

Speaking to at Glasto last week, Sarah said she ‘burst into tears’ when she first heard the track.

Singer Charlie, 17, explained they wanted the proceeds to go to Cancer Research UK as they wanted to ‘give back,’ joking they’re all ‘relatively stupid’ and wouldn’t end up ‘being doctors or scientists’ but could make a positive change with their music.

Dad and bassist Graham added: ‘What’s really important about it is Sarah’s mum died when she was 39 from breast cancer. All this research has since been happening, the kids have still got a mum, I’ve still got a wife.

‘You cannot overstate how grateful we are to cancer research and to the NHS,’ he said, praising the ‘wonderful, wonderful team.’

Following their first-ever Glastonbury, Entitled Sons are now aiming for even bigger heights and hope to return to the Somerset festival with a longer set one day.

Who knows, perhaps we’ll see them on the Pyramid Stage one year?

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