Kate Moss donates topless pic for kids’ charity

London: Kate Moss has donated a topless picture of herself in a bid to raise funds for a children’s charity.

The stunning 38-year-old supermodel has ensured the National Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) auction at Bonhams in London will be a roaring success by gifting the organisation a photograph featuring her wearing nothing but a pair of sparkly trousers.

In the shot – taken by Norwegian photographer Solve Sundsbo – the sultry star poses seductively for the camera with only her arms protecting her modesty, the Daily Mail reported.

The supermodel shows off her figure in gold metalic trousers.

Moss, who is married to The Kills frontman Jamie Hince and has a nine-year-old daughter Lila with her ex Jefferson Hack isn’t the only naked celebrity to feature in the auction, which will be held on May 17.

Patrick Demarchelier’s stunning topless image of Christy Turlington taken in New York in 1986 will also be up for grabs.

The picture shows the youthful supermodel wearing nothing but a sheet around her waist with her long, dark hair flowing free as she pouts at the camera.

Pictures of other celebrities included in the auction include Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine by Israeli photographer, Nadav Kander, Twiggy by Barry Lategan and British actor, Oliver Reed snapped by celebrity photographer, Alistair Morrison.