British musician Mick Jagger's daughter Lizzie stripped off and straddled a yellowfin tuna for a photo shoot. Three years after Greta Scacchi posed with a cod to highlight unsustainable fishing, Lizzie has joined the bandwagon.
Like her model mother Jerry Hall, the 28-year-old showed no inhibitions for the shoot, reports dailymail.co.uk.
Lizzie's provocative tuna image is shot by fashion photographer John Rankin. It is the latest in a line of celebrity fish pictures designed to highlight overfishing.
Since Miss Scacchi started the FISHLOVE campaign in 2009, actress Emilia Fox, actor Sir Ben Kingsley and Miss Hall have all stripped off with an assortment of marine life.
Lizzy Jagger sits on a tuna for the FISHLOVE campaign (Photo by John Rankin)
Explaining the campaign, Miss Scacchi, 52, said: "Fish stocks are at a critical level. This could not only see fish wiped out, but could have a devastating impact on the climate. There is a real chance of turning things around, and celebrities are a great way of raising awareness."
All the images will be displayed at Pertwee, Anderson & Gold gallery in Soho, London, from Oct 25.