Mystery Of The Iconic LED ZEPPELIN Album Cover Solved
Rick Hewett of Daily Mail reports: LED ZEPPELIN's surreal cover for their "Houses Of The Holy" album, featuring golden-haired children crawling across an apocalyptic landscape, is one of the most iconic images in rock history.
But while the sleeve design is familiar across the globe, what no one knows is that the young boy who appears in the photo montage is now a well-known television presenter.
Stefan Gates, of BBC2's "Cooking In The Danger Zone", was just five when he and sister Sam were innocently snapped in the nude for the shoot on the Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland.
Read more at Daily Mail.
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