20 Aug Celebrities Who Practice Naturism
When we take off all our clothes, it strips away all the external identity we create as well.
Without an expensive suit or tattered clothes, no-one can tell the difference between the director of a multinational company and a man who lives on the streets.
When we’re naked, the first impressions are all the same and it’s much harder to judge the book by its cover, so to speak.
Maybe that’s one of the reasons several famous people like naturism too. From Hollywood actors to chart-topping singers, there has been a long line of famous naturists throughout pop history.
One of Hollywood’s most famous actresses, Helen Mirren is also a well-known naturist.
In addition to taking off her clothes in several films, she also does it in her free time.
In 2004, she was awarded the ‘Naturist of the Year’ award from British Naturism.
Upon receiving this title, she said “Many thanks to British Naturism for this great honour. I do believe in naturism and am my happiest on a nude beach with people of all ages and races.”
She helps show that naturism is for anybody from all backgrounds and of all ages.
Once a pop heartthrob, Robbie Williams nowadays enjoys a quiet life of marriage and family.
That doesn’t mean that he doesn’t enjoy naturism from time to time: “I enjoyed nakedness”, he said. “I am a bit of a naturist at heart.”
In fact, studies have shown that couples that regularly do naturist activities together – such as naturist camping, sports or sunbathing – are at less risk of getting a divorce.
One of the most well-known naturists, Scottish comedian Billy Connolly takes naturism to whole new levels: “I usually dance bare bum; I did it in London’s Piccadilly once”, he confessed.
However, this is just the beginning. Connolly also did the Nevis Bungy Jump – a 134-metre high bungy jump in New Zealand – completely naked. “It was totally exhilarating and lovely, and probably the best thing I’ve ever done in my life.”
We love naturism at Naturist Cleaners – but even we have a line and a naked bungy jump could be ours!
The famous ‘Sexy Back’ popstar enjoys naturism sometimes and was quoted as saying, “I was born naked and I’m going to die naked. I don’t see anything wrong with it.” His down-to-Earth approach towards nakedness is refreshing and helps to show what naturism is often all about – simply being and appreciating our naked bodies.
Christina Aguilera takes a healthy approach to naturism and practices it as a family with her husband and son.
She says that she and her husband have ‘naked Sundays’ (pretty self-explanatory) which she hopes will take away the stigma and shame of nakedness and teach her son that there is nothing wrong in nudity.
She said, “We’re [her and her husband] big art collectors so there’s a lot of females nudes around the house.
It’s something to be respected and seen as thing of beauty… I think it’s only weird whenever you shame it and raise your child to look at it in a weird light.”