The famous actress Jennifer Aniston has announced in its official account of Instagram that one of their photos most iconic displays without any clothes on it will be auctioned to raise funds.
Aniston announced that one of its most iconic photographs it will be auctioned via the Internet to support to medical associations and organizations that fight against the pandemic.
The photograph was taken by the photographer Mark Seliger in the years 90, this being in charge also of performing a virtual auction where to find pictures of Leonardo Di Caprio, Kurt Cobain, Tom Hanks, among other celebrities.
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It was by means of his official account of Instagram, which the actress unveiled the news to their followers, something that surprised them too but without a doubt caught your attention to be a part of.
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My dear friend @markseliger teamed up with @radvocacy and @christiesinc to auction off 25 of his portraits, including my own for the relief of COVID. 100% of the sales from this portrait will go to @NAFClinics”, he wrote in the publication.
It is worth mentioning that the photograph of Jennifer has an initial cost of six thousand dollarsbeing one of the most valuable of the auction and the bidding for the photo will be received until the 12th day of June.
In the photo, the protagonist of Friends is covers only with his legs and both arms, leaving very little to the imagination and wanting more to many knights that follow.
Two days after sharing the photo, which will be auctioned in the next few days, with more than a million I like and thousands of comments from their followers.
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It is a beautiful photo! Beautiful babe.”, “Look at sweet baby you!!!”, “Beautiful forever and for always”, “A true beauty … inside and out!”, “How can someone be so perfect?”, were some of the comments.