Elizabeth Hurley's stamp son
Elizabeth Hurley's six-year-old son Damian will feature on a stamp to raise money for victims of domestic violence.
Elizabeth Hurley has donated a picture of her son to appear on a stamp.
Damian, six, is seen dressed in a T-shirt and multi-coloured hat in the photo, which will turned into a limited edition stamp to raise money for domestic violence charity Women's Aid.
The unique item will be sold on internet auction site eBay.
Liz said: "The images I have chosen mean a lot to me as a mother and it is great that my photography can be used in a way that benefits others."
Model Jasmine Guinness has donated a picture of her with her six-year-old son Elwood, with the pair holding a sign saying "with love" over their noses.
A Royal Mail spokesman said: "This is the third year we have run this auction, having worked with Helena Christensen and Penny Lancaster in past years to raise considerable funds for Women's Aid.
"It has proved to be so popular that we invited Elizabeth and Jasmine to come on board for 2009 and are keen to raise as much money as possible for these worthwhile causes."
The auction started yesterday (03.03.09) and will finish in 10 days.
Bidding starts at just 99p and the winner will take home 10 sheets of 20 stamps, five sheets signed by Elizabeth and five by Jasmine.
Women's Aid aims to stop domestic violence against women and children and runs a 24-hour lifeline service for women who need help.