We’ve Got an Indecent Proposal for Prince Harry This Leap Day
It’s traditional for ladies to propose to men on Leap Day, so we couldn’t help but take the opportunity to make one of Britain’s most eligible bachelors a rather indecent proposal.
We’ve written to Prince Harry asking him to show off his compassionate side to his many female admirers by starring in our iconic “I’d Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur” campaign.
Your Royal Highness,
I hope you won’t find us too forward for taking the opportunity of the Leap Year to come to you with a proposal – namely, to star in our iconic “I’d Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur” campaign.
Now more than ever, it’s crucial to urge people to take a stand against fur. Most fur comes from China, where there are no penalties for abusing animals on farms. Confined to tiny, filthy cages, animals raised on fur farms go insane before they’re poisoned, gassed or anally electrocuted. Some animals are even skinned alive. You can see the true cost of a fur coat in this undercover investigative video footage, narrated by Paloma Faith.
By showing some of your skin, you would do a great deal to save animals’ skins. What’s more, compassion is a big turn-on, but fur-wearers leave the British public cold – and 95 per cent of us refuse to wear it.
We hope you’ll consider using your unique and influential position to help with this life-saving campaign. Other compassionate celebrities who have participated in our campaigns include Paul McCartney, Kate Winslet and your good friend Joss Stone, just to name a few, and we’d be honoured if you’d join them.
We look forward to hearing from you.
By showing off a little skin, His Royal Highness could help shine a spotlight on the plight of animals suffering in the fur trade. Minks, foxes and chinchillas, amongst other animals farmed for their fur, are kept in tiny wire cages for their whole lives, unable to move around, socialise or do anything that comes naturally to them. After enduring this, they are gassed, electrocuted or even manually killed by cruel fur farmers, as revealed in a PETA US investigation. The practice is so cruel that it’s banned in England, where the Royal Family proudly reside.
If the potential future head of state wants to win the hearts and minds of the 95 per cent of the British public who refuse to wear fur, taking it all off for the campaign would be a great move! We hope to hear from Prince Harry soon about this chance to use his unique and influential position to help animals and show some heart by taking a stand against fur.