Sir Elton John has sent a box of books to Charlie Gilmour, the imprisoned child of Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour, who was last week condemned to 16 months for rough disorder.
The vocalist what’s more, his partner, film-maker David Furnish, 48, sent about a dozen books, counting works by Tolstoy what’s more, student of history Niall Ferguson, to the family home on Thursday.
They will be sent on to Gilmour to read in his cell while his family dispatch an appeal.
Sir Elton what’s more, Furnish, who have never met the 21-year-old yet are companions of his parents, creator Polly Samson, 49, what’s more, receptive father Gilmour, 65, too sent a message of support.
A source said: A box of books was sent to Polly what’s more, Davids house. I think they were fantastically touched.
The books run from genuine history books to books what’s more, they had clearly put a parcel of exertion into picking a wide-ranging determination that he would like.
Gilmour, whose guardians have a home in London as well as a 2.7million seafront house in Hove, East Sussex, was imprisoned last week for his part in shows that brought parts of London to a halt last December.
Benefactors: Elton John what’s more, his accomplice David Outfit have sent Gilmour almost a dozen books
He was recognized after photos were distributed of him swinging from a Union Jack hanging from the Cenotaph.
He had too tossed a container at a Rolls-Royce conveying Illustrious assurance officers what’s more, jumped on the hood of the auto conveying the Ruler of Ribs what’s more, the Duchess of Cornwall.
Gilmour’s parents, pictured, are said to be ‘incredibly touched’ by the gesture
Gilmour, who was received by the Pink Floyd guitarist as a two-year-old, was too part of a crowd that caused 50,000 harm to Topshop in Oxford Circus.
He afterward asserted to have been out of his mind on whisky, valium what’s more, LSD.