British model Kate Moss given a topless picture of herself to auction house Bonhams for raising funds for a children's charity the NSPCC.
The picture taken by Norwegian photographer Solve Sundsbo, features the 38-year-old supermodel wearing only a pair of sparkly trousers.
The Daily Mail reported that Kate, who is married to The Kills frontman Jamie Hince and has a nine-year-old daughter Lila with her ex Jefferson Hack is not the only naked celebrity to feature in the auction, which will be held on May 17.
The image has been offered for sale as part of Bonhams' photographs auction on 17 May, 2012.
Donated by the British supermodel herself, the photograph will be among 11 lots to be sold to raise funds for NSPCC and its Rebuilding Childhoods Appeal, which provides therapy for children and young people who have suffered abuse.
A host of leading photographers and private collectors have already donated works to the auction, with other highlights including Patrick Demarchelier's stunning image of Christy Turlington taken in New York in 1986 and a playful shot of Brigitte Bardot and Sean Connery on the set of 1968 Western Shalako by celebrated British photographer, Terry O'Neill.
"We are delighted to be working with the NSPCC to offer this exciting group of photographs for auction and to raise funds for a very worthwhile cause," Jocelyn Phillips, Head of Photographs at Bonhams, said in a statement.
Among other outstanding donations are several show-stopping portraits of well-known celebrity faces: Florence Welch (of Florence and the Machine) by Israeli photographer, Nadav Kander; the notoriously flamboyant fashion designer Valentino by Martin Schoeller; Twiggy by Barry Lategan; the beautiful Celia Hammond by Terence Donovan; artist of the moment Damien Hirst by David Bailey; and a striking portrait of British actor Oliver Reed by celebrity photographer, Alistair Morrison.
This section of the sale also features Miles Aldridge's Extravagant, Sophisticated Lady, 2011 and an intimate shot from Rankin's "Snog" series, 2000.
"We are very pleased to be involved in such an exciting auction. Without support such as this, we would not be able to deliver vital therapeutic services," Andrew Flanagan, chief executive of the NSPCC, stated.