Liz Hurley has been attacked for “sexualising” children with her “disturbing” new designer bikini range for children.
The model and actress sparked criticism after launching the line, modelled by young girl on her website, with claims they sexualise children.
Claude Knight, director of British child protection charity Kidscape insist the poses and designs are “very adult” and no suitable for young girls.
They told the Mail Online: "It is very disturbing to see some inappropriate items in this swimwear range.
"The pieces that are very adult and which contribute to the sexualization of young girls - especially in the poses portrayed - do not take account of the child protection concerns that have been well-aired."
Jessica has also got into trouble in the past for 'sexualising' her daughter, according to the charity (WENN)
Hitting back at the claims, a spokesperson for Hurley said: "Our collections sell extremely well in (U.K. luxury retailer) Harrods and in numerous stores across America and the Middle East. Most of our customers are repeat customers who report that their kids adore the designs."
Hurley isn't the only one getting into hot water over the two piece. New mum Jessica Simpson was slammed as “totally inappropriate” when she dressed four month old baby Maxwell in a yellow bikini recently.
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