Supermodel Jodie Kidd struck a pose behind the bar as she pulled some pints for charity.

The model, 41, went down to Three Colts pub in Buckhurst Hill in Epping Forest, to put in a shift behind the bar,

Jodie, who herself owns a pub in West Sussex, took part in a photoshoot at Three Colts Pub for a fundraiser by Tyrells crisps to support the Licensed Trade Charity – which is raising money for struggling drink trade businesses during the Covid-19 pandemic.

In between her snaps, she was seen chatting with the pub’s owner in her simple but classic white T-shirt and flared blue jeans combo.

Her own pub, the Half Moon, has remained closed since lockdown was first imposed to prevent potential further spread of the virus.

The Licensed Trade Charity has been offering advice and financial support to pubs and breweries across the country as many businesses struggled with lockdown closures and the financial burden of social distancing restrictions.

Any pubs, bars or breweries struggling since the coronavirus pandemic are asked to visit the Licensed Trade Charity Covid-19 support page for further information.