Hollywood pals George Clooney and Julia Roberts have gone green for the cover of style magazine Vanity Fair's upcoming environmental issue.
The couple, who played man and wife in Ocean's Eleven, appear alongside environmentalists Al Gore and Robert F Kennedy in the new photo shoot, in which everyone wears green.
Roberts appears like a wood nymph in the garden-themed shot, complete with a leafy crown on her head, while Clooney wears a smart dark green suit.
The first Green Issue of Vanity Fair will hit newsstands on April 11.
Clooney's efforts to raise environmental awareness and inspire activism are profiled, along with the work of other stars like Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bette Midler and Edward Norton.
In the accompanying feature, Syriana star Clooney announces his plans to create Oil Change, a campaign to educate audiences and reduce dependence on oil.
Meanwhile, Clooney has traded in his BMW for an eco-friendly Tango, which features in the photo spread inside the new Vanity Fair.
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