Melanie Griffith Drops Everything In Timeless Photos For A Worthy Cause

Melanie Griffith Photos Charity Awareness

Melanie Griffith is turning on the heat, and she is doing it effortlessly. The iconic actress has decided to remove her clothes for her latest ad.

Note that it was for a worthy cause that is dear to Griffith’s heart. Dakota Johnson‘s mother, 63, shared the sizzling photos where she is wearing pink lingerie and a pair of stunning heels.

The film producer showed off her impressive abs and toned legs while sitting on the edge of the marble top of her luxurious bathtub.

Via the caption, Griffith explained that she posed in lingerie to draw awareness to Kit Undergarments’ Breast Cancer Awareness Month campaign.

She wrote: “I’m joining @kitundergarments in wearing pink in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month. I’m wearing the Classic Demi Bra in Rose ( size 32DD ) and the High-Waist Boy Brief in Rose ( size 2). @kitundergarments have partnered with @wcrfcure and will be donating a percentage of sales all of October. If you can repost they will donate another $1!! Be sure to tag them @kitundergarments and @wcrfcure, and btw they are super sexy and oh so comfy♥️♥️♥️.”

Many of her close friends, including Jamie Lee Curtis and Rumer Willis, rushed in the comments section to praise her stunning figure and applaud her decision to reveal so much skin for a good cause.

A fan of the actress had this kind comment: “Just fabulous!! You are an inspiration to women all over the world! I have followed your career since the beginning. Admire your love for family!! Keep smiling!❤️❤️❤️👏🙌🔥🙏🙏”

This person opted to criticize her: “Sexualizing breast cancer does not help those of us who actually have stage 4 breast cancer. I’m over here dying and you’re making money off my disease, while donating a pittance to a breast cancer charity.”

In a recent interview, Griffith opened up about her battle with cancer. She had multiple surgeries after being diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and basal cell carcinoma.

She stated: “Your brain is not in an optimal state. So what I say is, this is not something you asked for. This is not something that you did anything wrong to get. You can’t think clearly until you settle—ultimately coming back to a childlike sense of wonder and presence.”

She said this is what she does to stay sane: “Don’t let your mind get too ahead of yourself. You have time to breathe and to listen … crying and moaning and screaming is a great release, and then, ultimately, it becomes your job to become your biggest advocate.”

Griffith should ignore the few critics.

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