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Prince William’s Air Ambulance Charity Gets a Naked Boost

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East Anglian Air Ambulance has already shot to fame with Prince William becoming a part of it, or rather an employee of it. Well if you thought that was all, wait until you hear this. The local women between ages 19 to 50 have decided to come up with a unique calendar to raise money for the air ambulance charity. They’ve all shed their cloths for the cause. The proceeds from this 2015 calendar will go entirely to East Anglian Air Ambulance. The lovely ladies with the golden heart have resolved to send a copy to the Duke of Cambridge. We just hope that he likes it enough to hang it in one of the walls of his royal home.

The Calendar Meant for Air Ambulance Charity has an Interesting Theme for Each Month

The “models” for the calendar hail from the country side. The calendar captures these country lasses in riding boots – well just the riding boots most of the time. They even have a Christmas themed portion for the December of 2015, with the embellishment of a Santa’s cap in addition to the boots. For pages of other months, the ladies are found cutting wood, in the barn, and plainly walking through the woods. The photographs were shot by Julie Ayres as well as Stevie Thory, who have supposedly captured the moments beautifully. Julie revealed that she really hopes that the Prince likes the calendar.

A Little about East Anglian Air Ambulance Charity

Last year East Anglian Air Ambulance carried out about 1440 missions and helped over a 1000 patients. Of these, 414 people had been affected by traffic accidents. Photographer, Julie, further revealed that the fantastic work caried out by the air ambulance charity was the reason why the women had volunteered for the job. Being from the countryside herself, Julie said, they understood the importance of air ambulance services in the region such as theirs. She also revealed that the calendars could be preordered by emailing her at julieayres@aol.com.

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