The struggle behind the smile is the message behind a naked calendar hoped to raise awareness around mental health.
Tracy Carr, founder of the Talk It Open wellbeing café in Deal, has rounded up her friends for the second time in three years to produce the charity calendar.
Starring 15 models affected either directly or indirectly by mental health, it will be unveiled at a launch party at a public event at Deal Town Football Club at 7pm tonight.
Mrs Carr said: "We decided to do the calendar again just to help break down the stigma but also to help build people's confidence.
"Some of the models didn't want to take their clothes off but once they got them off, they didn't want to put them back on again.
"We've got all shapes and sizes - it's amazing!"
The calendar - starring both men and women - has been shot at Cherry Tree Farm in Ham and Rorke’s Drift Farm near Worth in recent months.
Garden scenes and farmland make up most of the backdrops with others shots captured at The Walmer Castle pub, Hope & Lane, Judy Francis Hair Salon and Dover Leisure Centre.
"I call it 'smiling depression' because a lot of us hide our depression behind a smile when inside we're really struggling - Tracy Carr
Each page also includes an inspirational quote, personal to the model.
Mrs Carr added: "This year we've put our smiles on the front cover.
"I call it 'smiling depression' because a lot of us hide our depression behind a smile when inside we're really struggling."
The calendar is A4 in size and costs £8.75. Profits will go towards the wellbeing café at The Landmark Centre which is open every weekday offering a support and friendship as well as computers and a therapy room.
They will be available to buy on the night and from the Mercury office in Queen Street, Deal, thereafter. Alternatively, call Tracy on 07923 096273.