After striking fame back in 1999, the ladies of the North Yorkshire Rylstone Women's Institute have once again bared all, stripping for their new 2010 calendar.
Now ten years on from its initial release, the women can be seen as before going about their traditional WI duties wearing little more than a set of pearls and a smile, while strategically placed props serve to protect their modesty.
Their story, which was sparked by a fundraising effort for Leukaemia Research, captured the hearts of millions, inspiring a hit film starring Dame Helen Mirren and Julie Walters and West End production. To date, the girls have raised over 2m.
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