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Millie Mackintosh and Made In Chelsea stars support Breast Cancer Campaign

by the editorial team Published on 15 October 2013
Millie Mackintosh and Made In Chelsea stars support Breast Cancer Campaign© Instagram

Stars including Millie Mackintosh, Heidi Range, as well as Made In Chelsea’s Fran Newman-Young and Ashley James have donned the official Wear It Pink onesie to show their support for Breast Cancer Campaign’s Wear It Pink. The stylish stars donned the cute Primark onesie and posed for a selfie to raise awareness for breast cancer month. What a lovely bunch of ladies!

Even a Chelsea girl like Millie Mackintosh has a duvet day once in a while – especially if it’s for a good cause like Breast Cancer Campaign’s Wear It Pink.

The 24-year-old – who recently wed rapper Professor Green – took a cheeky selfie wearing the Primark Wear It Pink onesie and uploaded it to her Instagram account.

Although the cute pig pjs are not a normal look for the highly stylish reality star, Millie is clearly seeing the benefits of comfort over style

She captioned the pic: “Most comfortable look from today’s shoot! #wearitpink @bccampaign”

Other Made In Chelsea stars also got in on the act, with Ashley James taking a rather sexy selfie wearing the onesie, declaring: “Rocking my onesie for @bccampaign #wearitpink”.

Millie Mackintosh © Instagram

MIC star Fran Newman-Young woke up wearing hers, writing on Instagram: “Morning, remember to #wearitpiunk for @bccampaign. Thanks @Primark for my piggy onesie.” We wish we looked that good in the morning when we first wake up!

But it wasn’t just the Chelsea lot who wanted to support the Breast Cancer Campaign cause.

Former Sugababe Heidi Range shared a snap of herself on Twitter wearing the onesie and cuddling her adorable little pug Bettie.

Comedienne Olivia Lee, Sky Sports News presenter Hayley McQueen and former Strictly Star Camilla Dallerup are also taking part in the campaign, ahead of the Wear It Pink day on October 25.

If you want to join in the fun, take a selfie of yourself in a wear it pink onesie and upload it using #wearitpink and @bccampaign. Don't forget to visit the Breast Cancer Campaign site to sign up to take part in the event!

It's an excuse to pig out for a good cause!​