Ewan McGregor flogs iconic movie memorabilia as fans hail ‘beautiful’ reason for big clear-out

HOLLYWOOD star Ewan McGregor is selling off some of his iconic movie clothes for charity. Ewan, 52, has been having a “spring clean” and came up with the idea with his daughter Esther to raise some cash for UNICEF, who the actor is an ambassador for. Instagram: esther.mcgregorMcGregor reveals he is selling off clothes for charity[/caption] Instagram: esther.mcgregorChoose stripes. McGregor’s Adidas trainers worn in T2 Trainspotting up for sale.[/caption] The items include a pair of Adidas trainers that he wore in his role as Mark Renton in T2 Trainspotting.In a video posted online by Esther he said: “Hi everyone it’s Ewan here. I just wanted to say hello to everyone and to thank Esther.“We came up with an idea to have a big spring clean and to sell some of the clothes I’ve collected over the years and worn on red carpets and in photo shoots and such to raise some money for UNICEF.“Esther is going to put some of the clothing on her Instagram page for anyone to bid on. “And all the money will go to UNICEF and just wanted to say hello and introduce what we’re doing and to say a big thank you to everyone who bids.”The dark grey Adidas Samba trainers were worn by McGregor is the 2017 sequel to Trainspotting.He is also selling the brown boots and green army-style jacket he donned in Tim Burton’s 2003 film Big Fish.And the star is flogging some of his red carpet suits including some made by famous labels Louis Vuitton and Dior.A blazer and pair of black leather pierced size 10 boots by English designer Neil Barrett are also up for auction.Bundles of biker style belts and buckles including Moto Guzzi and Indian Larry Motorcycyles can also be bagged.Esther, 21, plans to hold another sale next week.She wrote: “While cleaning out his closet my father had the idea to get together, pick out the gems and best quality clothes, and sell them in order to raise money for UNICEF.“Including designer pieces, and one of a kind, real on set costumes for various films and projects he’s worked on.” Fans were loving the charity auction and rushed to social media as they hailed the Scots star. One fan said: “What a beautiful gesture and idea. “Another added: “The apple doesn‘t fall far from the tree – kind-hearted people!” While one commented: “That’s a beautiful idea!” Instagram: esther.mcgregorMcGregor shows off one of his suits for sale[/caption] Instagram: esther.mcgregorOne of the many items of clothing McGregor is selling for charity[/caption] Instagram: esther.mcgregorSome of biker McGregor’s belts and buckles up for sale[/caption] GettyEsther McGregor helped her movie star dad set up the charity sale[/caption] Instagram: esther.mcgregorSome of McGregor’s clothes from the movie Big Fish are among those for sale[/caption] Instagram: esther.mcgregorMcGregor will one of his red carpet designer suits[/caption] We pay for your stories and videos! Do you have a story or video for The Scottish Sun? Email us at scoop@thesun.co.uk or call 0141 420 5200

Ewan McGregor flogs iconic movie memorabilia as fans hail ‘beautiful’ reason for big clear-out

HOLLYWOOD star Ewan McGregor is selling off some of his iconic movie clothes for charity.

Ewan, 52, has been having a “spring clean” and came up with the idea with his daughter Esther to raise some cash for UNICEF, who the actor is an ambassador for.

Instagram: esther.mcgregor
McGregor reveals he is selling off clothes for charity[/caption]
Instagram: esther.mcgregor
Choose stripes. McGregor’s Adidas trainers worn in T2 Trainspotting up for sale.[/caption]

The items include a pair of Adidas trainers that he wore in his role as Mark Renton in T2 Trainspotting.

In a video posted online by Esther he said: “Hi everyone it’s Ewan here. I just wanted to say hello to everyone and to thank Esther.

“We came up with an idea to have a big spring clean and to sell some of the clothes I’ve collected over the years and worn on red carpets and in photo shoots and such to raise some money for UNICEF.

“Esther is going to put some of the clothing on her Instagram page for anyone to bid on.

“And all the money will go to UNICEF and just wanted to say hello and introduce what we’re doing and to say a big thank you to everyone who bids.”

The dark grey Adidas Samba trainers were worn by McGregor is the 2017 sequel to Trainspotting.

He is also selling the brown boots and green army-style jacket he donned in Tim Burton’s 2003 film Big Fish.

And the star is flogging some of his red carpet suits including some made by famous labels Louis Vuitton and Dior.

A blazer and pair of black leather pierced size 10 boots by English designer Neil Barrett are also up for auction.

Bundles of biker style belts and buckles including Moto Guzzi and Indian Larry Motorcycyles can also be bagged.

Esther, 21, plans to hold another sale next week.

She wrote: “While cleaning out his closet my father had the idea to get together, pick out the gems and best quality clothes, and sell them in order to raise money for UNICEF.

“Including designer pieces, and one of a kind, real on set costumes for various films and projects he’s worked on.”

Fans were loving the charity auction and rushed to social media as they hailed the Scots star.

One fan said: “What a beautiful gesture and idea.

“Another added: “The apple doesn‘t fall far from the tree – kind-hearted people!”

While one commented: “That’s a beautiful idea!”

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McGregor shows off one of his suits for sale[/caption]
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One of the many items of clothing McGregor is selling for charity[/caption]
Instagram: esther.mcgregor
Some of biker McGregor’s belts and buckles up for sale[/caption]
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Esther McGregor helped her movie star dad set up the charity sale[/caption]
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Some of McGregor’s clothes from the movie Big Fish are among those for sale[/caption]
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McGregor will one of his red carpet designer suits[/caption]

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