By Jenni McKnight
The ’90s elite are raising awareness for endangered African elephants
They became known as ‘The Trinity’ and embodied the term ‘supermodel’ after rising to prominence in the early ’90s.
The stunning trio teamed back up to raise awareness for endangered African elephants in a new campaign called Knot On My Planet.
Posing naked with only a giant bow protecting their modesty, it is hard to believe that they have a combined age of 144.
Naomi, Linda and Christy each shared the flawless image on their Instagram accounts, urging people to donate to try and stop ivory poachers killing 30,000 elephants a year.
Captioning her image, Christy said: “Reunited for good causes only! 30k Elephants killed a year? Tie a Knot. Donate. End the slaughter. Knotonmyplanet.org.”
While Linda also shared a second image of her posing with an elephant, writing: “More than 1/3 of the elephant population has been killed in the last 7 years for their ivory.
“That’s 100 elephants everyday. I want my grandchildren and future generations to be able to see elephants in the wild. #KnotOnMyPlanet Donate to @elephantcrisisfund and do your part to keep these magical animals part of our planet.”