Amy teamed up with campaign 'Battlefront' yesterday at Westfield London to help raise awareness of youth unemployment in the UK.
Heading a group of 'flash jobbers', Amy and a team of young unemployed people surprised shoppers by providing free services including giving directions, carrying shopping bags and opening doors.
Well if anyone is going to know directions around a building full of clothes shops it's Amy Childs!
And she must have been doing a great job as campaign leader Myles had nothing but praise for the former reality TV star.
He gushed: "I am so excited to have someone like Amy Childs support me on this event — She's amazing, and can be an inspiration to many young people across the UK."
"She's an entrepreneur - a business woman - and that drive and determination can be the type of encouragement and motivation young people need."
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Over the past few months it feels like there hasn't been a day when Amy Childs has been promoting one of her new business ventures.
These include 'The Amy Childs' Boutique', three clothing lines and a vastly popular range of DIY vajazzling kits.
After spending the day with the campaigner, Amy took to Twitter to voice her support for the cause yet again.
She wrote: "So happy to support @battlefrontuk & @B4FMyles in Westfield today lovely people who are sending out a great message xxx"
Isn't it nice to see celebrities giving back?
'Amy Childs supports Channel 4's Battlefront Campaign to Combat Youth Unemployment, held at Westfield London. Visit http://battlefront.channel4.com/ for more information'