Victoria Beckham Goes Nude For Anorexics Against Fur

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Sunday, 30 September 2007


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Dubious fashion icon and Spice girl Victoria Beckham has become the latest member of the celebrity A-list to strip off for an anti-fur campaign.

In the latest shoot for campaign group "Anorexics Against Fur" Victoria poses slumped on the floor of an exclusive studio beneath a Silver Fox Fur with the words "My Frame Can't Take the Weight of This Coat" emblazened across the bottom. The bottom of the poster,that is.

Victoria,who isn't anorexic herself, has stated to press that she feels she needs to be a role model to other naturally skinny young girls, commenting in a rare interview," Basically, I'm saying don't wear fur, even if you're so thin you need the heat and especially if it's not in my Swimwear collection."

Husband David Beckham also spoke up in support of his wife, adding,"The Silver Fox fur was beautiful, really soft, anything we can do to increase sales of this lovely creature, we will."

Victoria is said to be so committed to the campaign that she is considering having a tattoo of the Anorexics Against Fur campaign slogan,"I'm All Skin and Bone" done and is also said to have approached Lady Heather McCartney to negotiate a conditional friendship via solicitors.

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