NELL MCANDREW'S CHARITABLE APPROACH
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[ June 10th 2004 ]

She is the face of tap water, the body of tennis and the moustache of milk. Over the past 12 months there is hardly a part of Nell McAndrew's body that hasn't been used to promote one product or another. And that must make the Leeds-born beauty one of Britain's busiest - and best paid - models.

The Belle-Isle bombshell charges up to 10,000 a day for promotional work. But Nell also does a huge amount of charity work having raised over 55,000 for Cancer Research. She still manages to find time to return to her home city and has made surprise appearances at school fetes.

This week Nell has been on a film set, but was back in her home city today at ASDA promoting Big Heart Day for a margarine brand. She said: "I like to let my hair down when I come home to Leeds. As soon as I get on the motorway to head North I start to relax. I really love coming back."

Nell shot to fame in 1998 as the human face (and body) of Tomb Raider Lara Croft and in 1999 became the first British model for two decades to appear on the front of Playboy. She became entertainment reporter for The Big Breakfast and appeared on hit reality show I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here. She turned 30 in November.

Among the dozens of campaigns Nell has already promoted this year are Flora's Health Heart drive, Cancer Research's Race For Life, Help The Aged's Dales Cycle Ride and The Children's Society's House To House campaign.

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