Newly pregnant Big Brother winner Chantelle Houghton gave an early Christmas surprise to Fortnum and Mason’s shoppers in London, England on Thursday (December 22), when she showed up to protest against the store’s continued sale of Foie Gras, reports PETA.
The reality show winner dressed in a seasonal red velvet robe and led a protest against the department store’s sale of the controversial food item.
Holding her baby bump, Chantelle handed out free tins of cruelty-free ‘Faux Gras’ to shoppers who signed PETA’s enormous Christmas card urging the department store to end its sale of a product so cruel that its production is illegal under UK law.
Of the protested food item, Chantelle said: “I’m dreaming of a kind Christmas – one where Foie Gras is nothing but a ghost of Fortnum & Mason’s past.”
Chantelle and her husband Alex Reid are expecting their first child in June, 2012.View Slideshow »»