Professor Green and Millie Mackintosh have renacted John Lennon and Yoko Ono's iconic bed protest. See below.
The slightly misjudged photo is for River Island's Come Together t-shirt range, which you can see Green wearing in the photo above. It is a replica of a shirt worn by John lennon to the 1971 Cannes film festival. Proceeds from the lines sales will go towards aiding the War Child charity, so we can't hate on the bizarre attempt to recreate one of music's most iconic images with a star from Made In Chelsea.
Originally the protest saw John Lennon and Yoko Ono stay in bed for a week in the presidential suite at the Amsterdam Hilton Hotel in 1969. The protest was to promote world peace and to try and critizise the vietnam war.
See John lennon and Yoko Ono's original bed-in below
Ben Knowles director of funding at War Child said: "The photograph of John and Yoko and the morals that the couple stood for are representative of the values that we continue to have today at War Child.
"This T-shirt continues to spread a message of peace – we hope Brits buy it so we can continue our vital work protecting innocent children caught in the middle of wars they didn’t start."
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