Actress Natascha McElhone has vowed to continue with her late husband MARTIN KELLY's pioneering charity work to keep his legacy alive.
Plastic surgeon Kelly died from a heart attack after he was found slumped on the doorstep of the couple's London home in May last year (08).
Kelly and fellow surgeon Norman Waterhouse set up Facing the World in 2003, a charity which offers surgery to third-world children with facial disfigurements.
Following his sudden death, the future of the organisation seemed in doubt - but the Californication star has pledged to continue raising money and awareness for the charity.
She says, "I'm still trying my best to bring money in for that and to raise its profile whenever I can. His legacy. I try and do as much of that as I can, in and out of our home."