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Celebrities we work with

We're lucky enough to have a number of high-profile personalities who help us spread the word about our work. Take a look at some of our most recent celebrity supporters and how they've been helping.



Boy band McFly have been fantastic Earth Hour Ambassadors for 2013. They helped us spread the word and even performed for us live on the night in their panda onesies!

Lily Cole

Model and actress Lily Cole has played a key role in our partnership with Sky as Sky Rainforest Rescue Ambassador. She also helped support the campaign by designing a limited edition jewellery range made from wild rubber.

Liz Bonnin

As part of our partnership with Whiskas, Liz Bonin has showed tremendous support, taking part in interviews and helping us spread the word.

Andy Triggs Hodge

Andy is an English rower and a double Olympic Gold Medallist and double World Champion, and has been proving to be an all round good sport taking part in various events to support our work.

Heather Fell

British pentathlete Heather showed her support for this year's Earth Hour by taking part in an 'I Will If You Will' challenge alongside Andy Triggs Hodge.

Kate Silverton

English journalist Kate Silverton showed us great support for our Illegal Willdife Trade campaign, by helping us spread the word and hosting an event for us with His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales.

Other celebrities we have worked with:

  • Tom Aikens, chef
  • Gemma Arterton, actress
  • Steve Backshall, adventurer and natural history presenter
  • Tom Kitchin, chef
  • Kirsty Gallacher, TV presenter
  • Matt Littler and Darren Jeffries, TV presenters and actors
  • Alan Titchmarsh, broadcaster, novelist and gardener
  • Jo and son Ty Wood, television personality, model and entrepreneur

Watch this space for more support from our high profile supporters over the next few months and get engaged yourself in some of the fantastic events you can do to support WWF!

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