British actress Joanna Lumley engaged in a lighthearted moment with press at the launch of an art installation a hundred wooden elephants on The Mall, London, on Saturday 15 May. She sprayed photographers with a Xerjoff Group perfume, apparently a product connected to the outdoor exhibition or the charity organising it. The Mall is the road leading up to Buckingham Palace in the centre of the capital. The 'CoExistence' art installation, made up of a herd of life-size handmade wooden Asian elephants, is organised by the conservation group Elephant Family. The exhibits will 'migrate' to various locations around London and the US thanks to IBI International Logistics.
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