Sky Diving Pensioner

An adrenaline junkie Chelsea pensioner has done her first skydive – AGED 81 YEARS OLD. Hurtling towards the ground at 120mph didnt discourage 81-year-old Charmaine Coleman as she made the giant leap. The death-defying OAP made the 13,000ft tandem leap to raise much-needed funds for the Royal Chelsea Hospital and ABF, the Soldiers Charity. Decked in the iconic scarlet uniform, it only took Charmaine one minute to touch down at Netheravon Airfield, Wiltshire.

An adrenaline junkie Chelsea pensioner has done her first skydive - AGED 81 YEARS OLD. Hurtling towards the ground at 120mph didnt discourage 81-year-old Charmaine Coleman as she made the giant leap. The death-defying OAP made the 13,000ft tandem leap to raise much-needed funds for the Royal Chelsea Hospital and ABF, the Soldiers Charity. Decked in the iconic scarlet uniform, it only took Charmaine one minute to touch down at Netheravon Airfield, Wiltshire.

An adrenaline junkie Chelsea pensioner has done her first skydive - AGED 81 YEARS OLD. Hurtling towards the ground at 120mph didnt discourage 81-year-old Charmaine Coleman as she made the giant leap. The death-defying OAP made the 13,000ft tandem leap to raise much-needed funds for the Royal Chelsea Hospital and ABF, the Soldiers Charity. Decked in the iconic scarlet uniform, it only took Charmaine one minute to touch down at Netheravon Airfield, Wiltshire.

An adrenaline junkie Chelsea pensioner has done her first skydive - AGED 81 YEARS OLD. Hurtling towards the ground at 120mph didnt discourage 81-year-old Charmaine Coleman as she made the giant leap. The death-defying OAP made the 13,000ft tandem leap to raise much-needed funds for the Royal Chelsea Hospital and ABF, the Soldiers Charity. Decked in the iconic scarlet uniform, it only took Charmaine one minute to touch down at Netheravon Airfield, Wiltshire.

An adrenaline junkie Chelsea pensioner has done her first skydive - AGED 81 YEARS OLD. Hurtling towards the ground at 120mph didnt discourage 81-year-old Charmaine Coleman as she made the giant leap. The death-defying OAP made the 13,000ft tandem leap to raise much-needed funds for the Royal Chelsea Hospital and ABF, the Soldiers Charity. Decked in the iconic scarlet uniform, it only took Charmaine one minute to touch down at Netheravon Airfield, Wiltshire.