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Royalty for Land Rover

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Zara Philips for Land RoverA royal princess in a Land Rover ad? That’s right, Zara Philips, eldest granddaughter of the Queen, is in a mud stained evening gown for Land Rover. This ad made her the highest ranking royal family member in the advertising world.

She didn’t actually receive any money for the ad. Zara is an equestrian (and world champ in eventing), and Land Rover is one of her 3 main sponsors that helps maintain her horses.

I don’t like it because I don’t think we need famous faces representing gas guzzlers. FYI, Mary McCartney, daughter of Paul, took the pics.

Via – Adpunch, The Times

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