30 Jan 2014
The animal rights group has enlisted the help of Lucy Watson for its latest anti-fur campaign
Made In Chelsea star Lucy Watson is the latest celebrity to bare all for animal rights group PETA.
The brunette reality TV star stripped down for PETA's anti-fur campaign, in a photo which was unveiled on a bridge in her south west London stompjng ground today.
In the smouldering picture, the Made In Chelsea starlett is reclining on a gold chaise long, alongside the caption 'Fur? I'd rather go naked.'
Lucy follows in the footsteps of Eva Mendes, Olivia Munn and Sadie Frost, who have both also bared their bodies for PETa's anti-fur campaigns.
Penelope Cruz, Pamela Anderson and Kelly Brook are just three others in a long line of celebrities who have also all lended their image to support PETA's other animal rights causes.
Speaking about her new campaign, Lucy said: 'I have always been disgusted by people's acceptance of fur as a fashion statement, in particular as there is so much information now showing how appallingly cruel the methods of acquiring it are.'
'My statement with PETA outlines what I think is a simple choice; I'd rather wear nothing at all than wear fur,' she continued.
By Olivia Marks