Nearly Nude and Eight-Months-Pregnant TV Presenter Poses as ‘Mother Earth’

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30 July 2015


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Former ‘CBeebies’ Host and Nottinghamshire Native Teams Up With PETA to Highlight the Benefits of Going Vegan

London – Wearing little more than the body paint that turned her baby bump into a globe, television presenter, Nottinghamshire native and PETA supporter Sarah-Jane Honeywell was in Trafalgar Square today with an important proclamation: “Vegan – for Animals, My Health, the Planet and Future Generations.”

Photos are available here, here and here.

​”I’m vegan because I want to tread lightly on this Earth so that others – hopefully, my son’s own son or daughter – will be able to enjoy it, too”, says the mother-to-be. “I also want to be healthy, strong and energetic for my son, and I can do that simply by choosing plant-based meals.”

​According to the United Nations, raising animals for food is “a top contributor to the most serious environmental problems, at every scale from local to global”, including climate change. Going vegan is the single most important thing that we can do to protect the planet. It’s also a great way to reduce the risk of suffering from heart disease, cancer, strokes, diabetes and obesity – not to mention it spares animals daily suffering and a terrifying death.

Sarah-Jane previously teamed up with PETA – whose motto reads, in part, that “animals are not ours to eat” –in 2011 to promote kindness to animals by laying nude on a giant plate ahead of World Vegan Day to ask passers-by to relate to who’s on their plate. A photo of that action is available here.

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