Following in her mother’s footsteps, Ireland Baldwin is stripping down for PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals). The latest ad campaign, has the 22 year old model, actress and activist in her birthday suit. She is the daughter of both Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger. She was destined to become a celebrity herself.
The iconic ‘I’d rather go naked than wear fur’ campaign by PETA has gained much attention and for good reason. It is difficult for people, to not take notice of an attractive naked woman standing up for a great cause. Ireland is passionate about animal rescue, dating back to her early childhood days. She explained, that in their garden, she would even try saving worms in the ground. She had her own would-be animal refuge of sorts, known as “Animal Town”.
Ireland is not only following in her 62 year old mother’s footsteps, but joining a list of other celebrities who have bared it all. The list includes Pamela Anderson, Bethenny Frankel and more recently, Gillian Anderson.
When asked about doing this she said, “Since I was a little girl, I wanted to do something for PETA. This is something my mother has fought her entire life and has advocated for and something that I have tried to as well.”
Ireland went on to explain: “I actually have it in my contract as a model that I won’t wear fur, I didn’t want that to be part of my brand. I’ve had wardrobe people try to put me in fur coats and jumpsuits and lay on a fur rug and do whatever and I’ve actually told people to f*** off.”
“This is something my mother has fought her entire life and has advocated for and something I am trying to do as well,” Baldwin went on to explain.
It comes at no surprise that Ireland is a vegan as well. She doesn’t believe we need to eat animals to survive.
While posing for the PETA photo, her slender silhouette stands out. She was snapped posing with her arms high above her head. This blonde beauty, has a smouldering look about her as tattoos can be seen across her body. She is putting her body on display for a good cause and hopes to see passionate results for saving animals.
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