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The Duke of Sussex’s ex is the latest celeb to strip off in support of charity Fishlove, alongside Michael Jackson’s daughter Paris and actress Greta Bellamacina. The campaign is designed to raise awareness of environmentally unfriendly fishing around the world. Cressida said: “Unsustainable fishing practices are not only destroying our beautiful marine life, but also hurting coastal communities, jobs and the people that depend on our oceans. “I’m very proud to be part of this Fishlove campaign to raise awareness for the cause and to do my small part to try to put an end to overfishing, before it’s too late.” Fishlove/Alan Gelati (Pic: Fishlove/Alan Gelati) Daily Star Online previously reported how Prince Harry and the Hollywood actress dated between 2012 and 2014. Revealing the difficulty she faced dating a royal, she told the BBC: “I think it’s that thing of being pigeonholed. “It’s incredibly frustrating, especially in the industry that I’m in, but it is the way it is. “Now I’m making a stand and saying no, actually, this is who I am and this is what I want to do.” Fishlove/Alan Gelati (Pic: Fishlove/Alan Gelati) The pictures were taken by Alan Gelati and commissioned by Brighton seafood restaurant Moshimo. Michael’s daughter Paris has been a longstanding advocate of environmental protection. She told Teen Vogue: “From a young age, I’ve always cared about the wellness of animals and the environment. “I watched a lot of documentaries as a kid…That feeling has only grown as I’ve gotten older and started seeing the injustices that happen every single day in modern times. FISHLOVE/ALAN GELATI (Pic: FISHLOVE/ALAN GELATI) “I wanna do something about it.” The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations says that 60 per cent of fish stocks are fished to their maximum sustainable limit. The campaign has been running since 2009 and has previously won support from famous faces including Sir Richard Branson, Dame Judi Dench and Helena Bonham Carter, who posed with a 27kg tuna.