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Tess and Becky have a revealing charity idea

Eye, Suffolk. Becky Sugden and Tess Bell who'll be photographed naked later in the year to raise money for Cancer Research UK as part of Baring All 2014 ANL-140318-170625001

Eye, Suffolk. Becky Sugden and Tess Bell who'll be photographed naked later in the year to raise money for Cancer Research UK as part of Baring All 2014 ANL-140318-170625001

What would get you to pose naked for a photoshoot, to then have those pictures published online for all to see?

In Tess Bell and Becky Sugden’s case, they are putting their apprehensive thoughts to one side to raise money for Cancer Research UK on behalf of people close to them.

The Eye pair are taking part in Baring All 2014, a Suffolk-based charity event.

They will join 200 other women from across East Anglia taking part.

Mrs Bell, 27, a parent to two children and housewife, took part in the event last year for the first time, but this year will bring friend Miss Sugden along.

This year Tess is dedicating her charity effort to four-year-old Leah Clarke, of Rickinghall, who is battling cancer.

Mrs Bell said: “I wanted to help as much as I can. Leah is the same age as my daughter.

“It is all about thinking of someone who is battling cancer.

“I think it will be easier to do second time around.”

Last year Mrs Bell raised £500 and the event overall raised nearly £11,000.

Her photos, which still preserved her modesty, were also put on Facebook.

She said she was nervous before they were published.

“I was quite pleased with them,” she said.

“I thought they were not too bad and I didn’t get any negative comments.

“When it was revealed how much we all raised, I burst into tears.”

This year Tess said she was working out as much as she could as she has only become a mum for the second time 12 weeks ago, and wanted her body to be in the best shape possible.

Miss Sugden, 21, said: “Tess just signed me up to do it, so there is no backing down now!”

She is raising money in memory of her uncle, the late Chris Blomfield, who died of cancer relating to asbestos exposure.

“We have had a few people in my family die from that,” said Miss Sugden.

Miss Sugden said she was not too worried about taking her clothes off in front of the camera, and the charity cause would be foremost in her mind.

But she did admit she was going to start working out before the May event.

Donate via www.justgiving.com/tessnbex .

 

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