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WATCH: Emma Watson Poses Au Naturel for Global Green USA

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She is known and loved for playing Hermione Granger in the “Harry Potter” movies, but Emma Watson sure is growing up and is now going naked for the environment.

Watson has joined New York-based photographer James Houston’s latest project, “Natural Beauty,” by going topless and posing with flowers. The book celebrates the beauty of nature and supports a more sustainable and secure future.

Emma Watson goes topless for James Houston's new book 'Natural Beauty'
As the book description describes
, Houston illustrates luxurious portraits of environmentally conscious celebs, such as Watson, Adrian Grenier, Christy Turlington and Elle Macpherson. Each photo is inspired by nature raising awareness about environmental issues, but also to raise funds for Global Green USA.

The following video shows Houston’s project in action, and you can see shots of Waston and Grenier becoming one with nature.

Visit Amazon to see other beautiful shots of celebs and nature mixed into one. Also, check out Watson’s other stunning images here.

The book is said to hit shelves on April 30th.

Photo Credit: DFree / Shutterstock.com

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