GET ‘EM TOFF!
POSH birds, eh?
When they’re not holidaying in Barbados or falling out of swanky London nightspots, they’re never more content than when they’re posing NAKED.
Upper class magazine Country Life has the latest example with some leaves preserving the modesty of Atlantic rower Kiko Matthews.
Kiko, 37, lives with Cushing’s Disease after a nearly fatal pituitary tumour back in 2009.
She said that she found the shoot empowering, adding: “Country Life said wear whatever you like and my wardrobe did not have any ‘Girls In Pearls’ appropriate clothes.
“Then they mentioned they had girls who do it naked, and I thought I’ll never have the opportunity to do a naked photoshoot again. So I thought let’s go for it.”
Here, Midweek Sport takes a look at other high society nudity fans... SULTRY Alice isn’t afraid of baring all – even on the catwalk.
The 31-year-old blodne, who is half British and half Brazilian, is reguarly seen flaunting her incredible curves.
Is she truly half-Brazilian, though? We haven’t had a chance to look yet! MATERIAL Girl Suki, 26, has been a regular on the society scene in London and New York for years
She’s modelled for the likes of Burberry and Balenciaga, appeared on the covers of Vogue and Marie Claire and launched a film and TV career too.
And, needless to say, has not been afraid of shedding her clothes for the camera lens. IT seems like cute Cara has been around forever but she’s still only 26.
The model and actress first signed for Storm Management in 2009 shortly after leaving school and has since won all sorts of fashion awards and modelled for the biggest names in the business.
She was most recently dating girl fashion model and singer St Vincent. LOVELY Edie and Olympia grew up in London’s bourgeois Westbourne Grove – the capital’s version of Beverly Hills in Los Angeles.
Edie, 28, and Olympia, 23, appeared together on the cover of but Olympia is known to have complained about some fashion photographers.
Despite that, both ladies have been shown to be unafraid of baring their bodies for the sake of their art.