Caroline Flack and Heidi Klum have already lent their make-up free faces to Children In Need and now Abbey Clancy and Lulu have become the latest famous ladies to ditch the slap in support of the charity's BearFaced campaign.
While Abbey is used to posing for cameras on photoshoots as a model, she gave the world a glimpse of what her footballer husband Peter Crouch wakes up to every morning, going make-up free for the pic taken by famous snapper Rankin.
Of the shoot, Abbey said: “I love BBC Children in Need and was so happy to go BearFaced and lend my support to this year’s campaign. I hope women all across the UK will go BearFaced on November the 9th and help BBC Children in Need break another record this year!”
Lulu, 64, also looked incredible as she got out her face wipes and handed over her cosmetics bag.
Also going fresh faced in aid of the BBC's annual fundraiser were 'Countryfile' presenter Julia Bradbury, newsreader Sian Williams and model Jodie Kidd.
BBC Children in Need BearFaced Day campaign takes place on Friday 9 November.
Encourage your friends, family and colleagues to sponsor you via BT My Donate, or pick ‘BearFaced’ as the event across most other digital sponsorship sites here. Every penny raised will go on to help change the lives of disadvantaged children and young people across the UK.
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