Rosanna Davison Is a Vegan Lady in Red

The lovely Rosanna Davison, the daughter of musician Chris de Burgh who was immortalised in the lyrics of "For Rosanna", got a little chilli for this brand-new PETA ad, which was shot by top celebrity photographer Marc O' Sullivan. She posed naked to show off all the benefits of her vegan diet – which has left her with a gorgeous figure, radiant good looks and a guilt-free conscience.

Being Vegan is Red Hot

"I've never felt as fit and healthy as I do as a vegan", she explains. "Vegan meals aren't just delicious – they're free of animal fat and cholesterol, and they're packed with vitamins. Going vegan is the best way to keep your heart healthy and your body looking great!"

The former Miss World, who is also a PETA supporter and newly qualified nutritionist, has chosen a diet that really makes a world of difference: eating vegan saves the lives of many animals a year and also helps to alleviate climate change. The meat industry is a leading cause of the greenhouse-gas emissions that contribute to climate change, so swearing off animal flesh is definitely the green thing to do. And in addition to being, on average, slimmer than meat-eaters are, vegans are also less prone to cancer, heart disease, strokes and diabetes.

You can follow Rosanna's tempting lead by trying out a plant-based diet for yourself. Sign our pledge to go vegan for just 30 days, and see how you like it! We'll be on hand with plenty of resources and advice to help you on your way.

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