Helena Bonham Carter gets naked with giant tuna
Actress Helena Bonham-Carter has stripped off and posed with a huge tuna for a new campaign to protect marine life in her native Britain.
London: Actress Helena Bonham-Carter has stripped off and posed with a huge tuna for a new campaign to protect marine life in her native Britain.
The 'Alice in Wonderland' star, who ironically featured in her former partner Tim Burton's 2003 film 'Big Fish', straddles the tuna in the odd photo, taken to highlight the plight of marine species, reported Daily Telegraph.
"I am a big supporter of protecting the marine environment. I'm actually very phobic about fish so when I was asked to be photographed naked with a 27 kilogram tuna I was more worried about touching it than getting my kit off. "I conquered my fears and by the end of the morning we'd truly bonded. He (tuna) will be my Valentine," she said.
Bonham-Carter, 48, added, "We all have a responsibility to try and return our world to the next generation in the state we inherited it in, not worse. It would be a sad thing if in our dotage we'd be describing a tuna fish to our grandchildren like we do a dodo today."