CHLOE Ferry, Olivia Attwood and Alexandra Cane are among the celebrities stripping off while in isolation.
There are a variety of different ways to cope with being locked down at home due to the coronavirus pandemic.
While many are trying to bake, many of the celebrities of the country are taking off the clothes and posing for the camera.
With the first bit of sunshine of the year, everyone from models to reality stars to actresses are stripping down at their homes.
This comes as the deputy chief medical officer for England Dr Jenny Harries, said Brits may not see their lives return to "normal" from the Covid-19 crisis for six months.
Her stark warning came as the UK’s coronavirus death toll rose to 1,228 after another 209 people died from the outbreak today.
Dr Harries said it was impossible to say exactly how long the draconian measures imposed on Brits’ freedom of movement will need to be in place.
Medics and ministers will reassess them every three weeks, but we may face severe restrictions for the long haul, she warned.
There are currently 19,522 in Britain who have tested positive for Covid-19.
Among the deaths is a consultant, who has become the first frontline NHS worker to die amid the battle against coronavirus.
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This week, the Prime Minister will send a letter to all British households, warning the situation will "get worse before it gets better".
Boris, who is self isolating after testing positive for covid-19 wrote: “It’s important for me to level with you — we know things will get worse before they get better.
“But we are making the right preparations and the more we all follow the rules, the fewer lives will be lost and the sooner life can return to normal.”
He also warns that further lockdown measures could be enforced if needed, writing: "We will not hesitate to go further if that is what the scientific and medical advice tells us we must do.”