The actress who played Pansy Parkinson in the Harry Potter movies has posed nude for Playboy magazine.
Scarlett Byrne, who's actually engaged to Hugh Heffner's son, shared a sneak peek look at the spread.
For some reason, she didn't put in a single pun about Slytherin-in in, or being Sirius-ly naked. I'm disappointed.
Instead, she went for a much classier caption which alluded to feminism.
She captioned the snap: 'I'm very proud to be a part of the March/April issue of Playboy. I penned a short essay along with my pictorial, titled 'The Feminist Mystique'. A big thank you to @Playboy, the creative team, and @cooperbhefner for such a unique opportunity. #NakedIsNormal'
As she mentioned, her pictures will be included in the March/April issue of the magazine.
Her fiancé, Cooper Hefner, just so happens to be the magazine's Chief Creative Officer.
She certainly looks very different to when she played Draco Malfoy's mate in the movies...
She often posts on Instagram to her 111k followers, and honestly she couldn't look more different.
Life In The Playboy Mansion
Hugh Hefner's ex girlfriend Holly Madison revealed she once contemplated killing herself to escape her 'ridiculous' life in the Playboy mansion.
The former bunny-turned-author lifted the lid on everything from Quaaludes, psychological abuse and undercover pimps in her tell-all mansion memoir Down the Rabbit Hole.
According to Holly, the girls at the mansion were 'required' and 'expected' to take part in group sex twice a week on Wednesdays and Fridays after going out to the club with Hefner.
On her first night out with the 89-year-old and his girlfriends, Hefner offered her a Quaalude, telling her that in the '70s they used to call these pills 'thigh openers'.
She declined but got drunk and was later told that it was time to go to his bedroom when they returned to the mansion.
She wrote: "They weren't commonly available then - I don't even know exactly how he was getting them. I know most girls my age were not doing them, and didn't know what they made you feel like. And I'm sure a lot of those girls didn't know what they were at all."
The 35-year-old described the encounter as something out of an 'episode of Hoarders'. According to her book, Hefner masturbated as the women performed lesbian acts for his pleasure. But Holly claims 'no-one was into it' and says the weekly sex sessions became more of a chore than anything else.
She recalled how a girlfriend, whose name she changed to Vicky in the book, pushed her towards Hefner and urged him to 'be with the new girl'.
She wrote: "It was so brief that I can't even recall what it felt like beyond having a heavy body on top of mine."
The day after her 'initiation' into the mansion, she asked Hefner if she could move in and he said yes. However, she soon fell into the harrowing depths of depression and even developed a stutter after her confidence became so low.
Hefner began criticising her looks when she cut her hair short and became "verbally abusive." She wasn't allowed to wear red lipstick and he once told her she looked "old, hard and cheap," she claims
However, after years of clothes allowances, VIP treatment and luxury mixed with torment, sex parties and depression, the blonde model decided it was time to leave her 'ridiculous' life behind.
Now, almost a decade later, the author and mother says she can call herself a 'born-again feminist', saying: "I can't call myself a feminist, or people are going to attack me for that, like: 'how can you be a feminist, you lived with Hugh Hefner!' But I feel like there comes a time in every woman's life when you have to become a feminist."
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