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Kate Moss and David Walliams parody beauty adverts in campaign for comic relief

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It looks like any other advert for lipstick - Kate Moss' hair is blowing, her lips are coated in a luscious and creamy red hue and she's dancing to a trendy soundtrack.

That is until David Walliams steps in, dressed as top models Cara Delevingne, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Cindy Crawford.

Following Kate's guest appearance in David's BBC One Christmas special The Boy in the Dress, the pair are back behind the camera for a special campaign to endorse a new limited edition lipstick the model has launched for Red Nose Day.

In the advert, Walliams, 43, sports a beanie hat, leather jacket and defined eyebrows to mimic 22-year-old Burberry model Cara as Kate, 40, layers the new shade onto his lips.

He subsequently goes onto nibble the lipstick and fight Kate for camera space.  

The ‘Red Nose Red’ Kate Moss Lipstick is £5.49, with every £1.67 going to the Red Nose Day charity.

Watch Kate Moss and David Walliams cause havoc in the comedic video below.

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