Game Of Thrones Stars In Anti-Violence Campaign
Natalie Dormer and Lena Headey seek to stop girls getting hurt...
Game Of Thrones stars Natalie Dormer and Lena Headey have lent their faces to a campaign to prevent violence against girls around the globe.
The actresses have allowed their faces to be daubed with what appear to be disturbing quotes from the victims of female genital mutilation and forced child marriage.
Part of a campaign by Plan UK, the poster-style images are tagged with the line: "Face up to violence against girls."
Headey, who stars as Cersei Lannister in GoT, said: "It fills me with hope that someday soon, girls can grow up in a world that is free from these harmful practices.
"I urge everyone - men, boys, women and girls - to join me in standing up for girls' rights' with Plan UK."
And Plan UK chief executive Tanya Barron added: "These practices are a violation of girls' rights and can cause severe physical and mental trauma."
Find out more on Plan UK's website.