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Have you been scrolling through Instagram lately thinking, I just don’t follow enough female vegan celebrities? Let’s be honest, a little vegan inspiration wouldn’t go amiss amongst your friend’s foodie posts, holiday pics, stories of drunken nights out and cocktail boomerangs. And who better to take your vegan inspiration from than these animal-loving ladies? Using their influence, these female celebs are encouraging their fans and followers to live a kinder, more cruelty-free existence.

13  Female Vegan Celebrities to Follow on Instagram

Maggie Q

Maggie Q is an actor, humanitarian and keen animal rights activist. She co-founded ActivatedYou and works to provide nutritional education and plant based nutrition products.

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Mya recently made headlines with her new free vegan transition guide and is often extremely vocal on social media, in the past, she’s asked her 1m twitter followers to take a vegan pledge.

Evanna Lynch

Evanna Lynch loves cats so much she aspires to be one (who doesn’t?). However, she doesn’t stop at caring for and admiring her household pets, Evanna fights for the rights of all animals. She currently hosts a vegan podcast titled ‘The Chickpeeps’.

Shannon Elizabeth

Shannon Elizabeth was once best known for her role in American Pie, however, she has since moved away from acting and runs a not for profit organisation named Animal Avengers.

Lucy Watson

Former Made in Chelsea star Lucy Watson has been a vegetarian since the age of 5, but it was Cowspiracy that prompted her to make the leap into veganism. She is an ambassador for PETA and last year she brought out a book named Feed Me Vegan.

Tiffany Watson

Like her sister Lucy, Tiffany Watson is also a keen animal rights activist. The star recently brought out a range of vegan leather diaries and the whole Watson family have announced they are opening a vegan pub.

Alicia Silverstone

Alicia Silverstone has long been passionate about animal welfare. The Clueless star co-created myKind Organics to help vegans with nutrition and last year, she even posed naked for an anti-wool campaign.

Tabitha Brown

Tabitha Brown is a new vegan who recently made headlines for causing a run on a vegan sandwich at Whole Foods, the company even had to up their supply!

Kate Mara

Kate Mara‘s feed is full of animal posts! The actress is a passionate vegan and works closely with the Humane Society.

Pamela Anderson

Pamela Anderson is often using her platform to advocate for animal rights, she recently wrote an open letter to Kim Kardashian asking her to consider no longer wearing fur. She also runs the Pamela Anderson Foundation, supporting those who campaign for human, animal and environmental rights.

Miley Cyrus

Miley is somewhat of Vegan royalty, she recently partnered with Converse to create a new vegan line and last October she did an interview with Buzzfeed asking people to ‘adopt not shop‘ when looking for a pet.

Jane Velez-Mitchell

TV star Jane Velez-Mitchell is a passionate player in the fight for animal rights. Her website JaneUnChained focuses on vegan content and animal welfare issues.

Ellen Page

Ellen Page is all about the dog pictures on her Instagram! Ellen is a vegan and was awarded the title of Sexiest Vegetarian Celebrity in 2014.