Hoping to dramatically increase money raised for a children's charity, Kate Moss has donated a topless picture of herself to the National Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) auction at Bonhamas in London.
In the shot – taken by Norwegian photographer Solve Sundsbo – the 38-year-old supermodel strategically poses with her arms across her body to cover up her breasts while she wears nothing but a pair of sparkly gold pants.
Kate's topless pic is among several interesting photographs up for bidding, including a topless snap of Christy Turlington taken by Patrick Demarchelier in New York in 1988.
As for what the money raised directly benefits, Andrew Flanagan, the chief executive of the NSPCC, explained, "We are very pleased to be involved in such an exciting auction. Without support such as this, we would not be able to deliver vital therapeutic services."