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Great Yarmouth woman has her body painted to pay her respects on Remembrance Day

PUBLISHED: 13:16 11 November 2016 | UPDATED: 13:43 11 November 2016

Simmone Taylor has her body painted for Rememberance Day, in Norfolk to show respect to those who died on the 11th Hour of the 11th Day. Painted by Lucy Webster and Sarah P make up.

Simmone Taylor has her body painted for Rememberance Day, in Norfolk to show respect to those who died on the 11th Hour of the 11th Day. Painted by Lucy Webster and Sarah P make up.

© Rob Colman 2016. No Syndication.

A woman from Great Yarmouth had her body painted as her way to pay respect on Remembrance Day.

Simmone Taylor, 28, was approached by her friends with the idea, and decided it would be a creative idea remember those who paid the ultimate price at war in the name of peace.

She said: “My friends Lucy and Sarah approached me with the idea and they did the painting for me.

“It was really just a creative way for us to pay our respects and remember those who lost their lives,”

Simmone has been involved with various projects within body painting for the past three and a half years.

As well as a range of local projects, she has been in national magazines and body painted for charity.

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