Love Island twins strip completely nude as they take stand for captive orcas

Love Island stars Eve and Jessica Gale looked breath-taking as they stripped naked for new PETA campaign.

The 24-year-old twins rose to fame on the hit ITV dating show in 2020 and have remained fan favourites. But now the pair seem to have taken their career in a different direction.

The iconic duo are now urging holidaymakers to get on Santa’s "nice" list by scrapping marine parks from their vacation plans next year. In their brand new PETA campaign, Eve and Jess also pleaded with travel companies such as Jet2holidays to stop promoting attractions that exploit orcas and other dolphins for money, image for their campaign both Eve and Jess appear nude as their bodies are painted in black and white to resemble water creatures.

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In the captivating snap, Eve is swimming in the ocean. Meanwhile her sister Jessica is captured in a large tank desperate to escape.

Talking about their campaign, twin sister Eve mentioned how shocked she was to learn that the life expectancy of orcas was 14 years old when they lived in caged marine parks compared to a long-life expectancy of 80-years-old when in the wild. Speaking candidly about her surprise, Eve said: "It’s absolutely heart-breaking to think of orcas and their families being broken up."

The reality TV stars are the latest in a growing roster of Love Island contestants speaking out against marine parks and the danger of animals who live in the caged attractions. Love Island's Olivia Bowen and Belle Hassan recently teamed up with PETA in a video declaring Jet2holidays’ connections with marine parks being considered as "a major ick".

Meanwhile, contestant Faye Winter also made a splash stepping into a bathtub in the middle of London’s Piccadilly Circus. Just like Eve and Jess, her body was also painted like an orca.

The Love Island stars are joining a long list of celebrities who have worked on a PETA campaign. Some celebs include Pamela Anderson, Penelope Cruz and Paul McCartney to name a few.

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