Prince Harry's ex-girlfriend Cressida Bonas has stripped naked to pose with a shark as she joins several other stars in a campaign against overfishing.
The 29-year-old model had her incredible physique on full display in the artistic black and white snap with the smooth-hound shark.
Joining Cressida in the campaign are Downton Abbey star Elizabeth McGovern and Michael Jackson's daughter Paris, who also appear alongside the underwater creatures in the environmental campaign.
Speaking about the campaign, Cressida told the Evening Standard she believes it's important to raise awareness of overfishing, as it continues to bring an end to a variety of marine life.
She said: 'Unsustainable fishing practices are not only destroying our beautiful marine life, but also hurting coastal communities, jobs and the people that depend on our oceans.
'I'm very proud to be part of this Fishlove campaign to raise awareness for the cause and to do my small part to try to put an end to overfishing, before it's too late.'
The smooth-hound shark is currently ranked as a vulnerable species in regards to conservation, and can grow to a staggering size of two metres.
Meanwhile 20-year-old Paris shows off an array of edgy tattoos as she poses in full colour alongside the opah fish, which is considered one of very few fish to be warm-blooded.
And Downton Abbey star Elizabeth, 57, showed off her ageless beauty as she posed face-to-face with a mackerel, which has long been considered an at risk fish thanks to its mass sale in food production.
Plenty of stars have got involved in the campaign against over-fishing, pushing the European Union governments to end destructive fishing practices across the world by 2020.
Other actors pledging their support include Sean Penn and Josh Brolin and actress Greta Scacchi’s daughter Leila George.
According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 60 per cent of fish stocks are currently fished to their maximum sustainable limit.
This is the photo campaign's 10th year in circulation, and has previously seen other stars pledge their support such as Gillian Anderson, Sir Richard Branson and Helena Bonham Carter, who famously posed naked with a 27kg tuna in 2015.
Glamorous: Downton Abbey star Elizabeth McGovern, also had her ageless beauty on full display as she came face-to-face with a mackerel in the campaign