Evanna Lynch Hints At New Project With Two Other Vegan Stars

The actor is collaborating with Daniella Monet and Alexandra Beth
Daniella Evanna and Alexandra
Evanna Lynch, with Alexandra Beth and Daniella Monet (Photo: Instagram)

Actor Evanna Lynch, of Harry Potter fame, has hinted at an upcoming project with two other vegan influencers.

Lynch took to Instagram on Friday to announce the collaboration.

She included a picture of herself with fellow actor Daniella Monet and YouTube beauty guru Alexandra Beth, of Alexandra's Girly Talk.

'New project'

While the details of the 'new project' are currently unclear, Lynch made a point of mentioning that all three are vegan in the Instagram post. She also included the hashtags 'crueltyfreebeauty' and 'veganlife', hinting at the nature of the collaboration.

"I feel lucky to be working alongside two very smart, kind and savvy female entrepreneurs," Monet told Plant Based News.


"We see the needs in the cruelty-free market place and are setting out to make a splash in the market place."

Evanna and Keo Dancing
Evanna Lynch and Keo Motsepe on Dancing With the Stars (Photo: Instagram)

Advocate

Lynch, who rose to fame in her role as Luna Lovegood in the Harry Potter series, is an established vegan advocate and host of a vegan podcast, The Chickpeeps.

The star gave a speech on effective advocacy and compassion at the Official Animal Rights March in London this August, and is showing what vegans can do on the current season of Dancing With the Stars.

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