So Millie Mackintosh And Professor Green Have Recreated An Iconic Photo Of John Lennon And Yoko Ono For War Child

02 June 2014 by

Millie Mackintosh And Professor Green Recreate John Lennon And Yoko Ono Photo For 'Come Together' T-Shirt With War Child x River Island

Millie Mackintosh and Professor Green 'come together' for War Child [River Island]

One of the cutest couples on the celebrity block, Millie Mackintosh and Professor Green, have given us a treat to kick start our week. They've shared a shot of them snuggled up in bed, but no this isn't another Instagram shot - this is in aid of a very good cause. Yep, they've pulled out their pouts to showcase the launch of River Island’s collaboration with War Child.

Millie Mackintosh And Professor Green Recreate John Lennon And Yoko Ono Photo For 'Come Together' T-Shirt With War Child x River Island

The War Child T-shirts will be available at River Island 

The highstreet hero has teamed up with the international charity to launch an exclusive ‘Come Together’ T-shirt in support of War Child’s drive to protect innocent children from the brutal effects of war. The exclusive design was originally worn by John Lennon, famously pictured with his wife Yoko Ono in 1971 and who better to recreate the iconic moment than, err, these two?

Millie Mackintosh And Professor Green Recreate John Lennon And Yoko Ono Photo For 'Come Together' T-Shirt With War Child x River Island

Millie and Pro Green channelling John Lennon And Yoko Ono [River Island]

'The reason we wanted to support the campaign is because the charity helps children and I believe growing is hard enough anyway without some of the horrible situations these children have found themselves in,' said Pro Green. Meanwhile, Millie was in her element, what with the '60s being her favourite era. 'They were such an iconic couple so it's very flattering to recreate [the shot]'. We'd say!

Watch the duo in action with our behind the scenes video below...

The T-shirts are available to buy at River Island both in store and online on 3rd June on www.riverisland.com


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