(dailymail.co.uk) - Thanks to a particularly well connected friend, they have already enjoyed a brush with fame.
Now the all-girl crew who rowed their way across the Channel for charity are showing they can attract attention all by themselves.
And they have done it in a way that guaranteed their girlfriend Kate Middleton certainly wouldn't be joining in.
The girls who call themselves The Sisterhood have produced a charity calendar in which they pose as a variety of athletes.
But they didn't need any costumes.
The flirty little tennis dress, the impossibly clinging ski outfits and even the cricketer's pads were simply painted onto their naked bodies.
Their co-stars - who it must be said were spared the stripping off bit - included cricketer Freddie Flintoff, England rugby star Josh Lewsey, champion boxer Ricky Hatton and TV presenter and former tennis star Andrew Castle.
"The painting was so cleverly done that you didn't actually feel as if you were naked," said Emma Sayle, one of the group's founders.
"It was only when you looked down you thought "Oh my God, I'm not wearing any clothes"."
Miss Middleton, who pulled out of the group's Channel crossing in August claiming security fears, is said to be very supportive behind the scenes.
The Art of Sport calendar costs ?7 and proceeds will go to the CHASE Ben Hollioake Fund and The Babes in Arms Appeal at Northwick Park Hospital. The calendar is available from www. sisterhoodchallenge.com.