Lucy Watson strips off for PETA
Lucy Watson has unveiled her new anti-fur ad for PETA, which shows her posing nude under the slogan "Fur? I'd Rather Go Naked"
Lucy Watson has stripped off for PETA.
The 'Made In Chelsea' beauty poses confidently in the animal rights organisation's latest campaign, which sees her sitting on a sofa naked below the words "Fur? I'd Rather Go Naked".
The outspoken brunette commented: "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."
Lucy also criticised her former co-star Millie Mackintosh - who is the proud owner of a pet pooch called Herby - for wearing fur, but admits the cruel fashion statement is her own "decision".
She told MailOnline: "I think it's a shame because I know she's an animal lover. It's really her own decision. You can't dislike people for wearing fur but at the same time if you know where it's come from I don't understand why you'd want to, if you like animals."
The E4 star joins a long list of celebrities including Penélope Cruz, Pamela Anderson, Eva Mendes and Alexandra Burke who have posed in the nude for PETA.
Lucy unveiled her new ad on London's Chelsea Bridge this morning (30.01.14).