Danielle Lineker, Stacey Solomon lead stars in breast cancer campaign
London: Welsh lingerie model Danielle Lineker and British singer Stacey Solomon joined hands with other stars to promote Asda’s breast cancer campaign.
The two and other stars have stripped off to model products from Asda’s 2010 Tickled Pink campaign.
They pose in sheets, flowers and underwear from the range and a percentage of the sales from the items will go to Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Campaign.
The cause is particularly close to former X Factor contestant 21-year-old Solomon’s heart.
“My aunt suffered from breast cancer a couple of years ago and she was only in her 30s – that’s why the campaign means so much to me,” the Daily Mail quoted her as saying.
Danielle Lineker, 31, wife of former footballer Gary, who posed seductively in a sheet from the Tickled Pink range, revealed that someone close had been affected by the disease.
“A close friend lost her mum to the disease at the beginning of this year, which is why I thought it was so important to show my support this Breast Cancer Awareness Month,” she added.
Over 21 million pounds has been raised for breast cancer since the campaign’s launch in 1996.