Kristin Davis shows off her natural beauty as she goes makeup free in Kenya while supporting an elephant rescue and wildlife rehabilitation program

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Kristin Davis showed off her natural beauty going makeup free in a selfie shared on social media Monday. 

Writing 'Good Morning From Kenya,' the 57-year-old stared into the camera wearing a pale pink button down shirt and fashioning her hair in soft curls. 

The actress has been visiting the wild animals protected by The Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in the East African nation.  

In the wild: Kristin Davis showed off her natural beauty going makeup free in a selfie as she stared into the camera wearing a pale pink button down shirt and fashioning her hair in soft curls

Baby love: The 57-year-old posed with a baby elephant under the protection of the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya.  Elephants are an endangered species. Only about 40,000 to 50,000 left in the world

The And Just Like That star is a patron for the charity and has been involved with elephant rescue for more than 10 years. 

The Sheldrick Wildlife Trust operates an orphan elephant rescue and wildlife rehabilitation program in Kenya. 

It was founded in 1977 by Dame Daphne Sheldrick to honor her late husband, David Sheldrick. 

'Adopting' a young elephant through the trust costs around $50 a year.

Elephants have been listed as an endangered species, with only about 40,000 to 50,000 left in the world. 

The trust is focused mainly on rescuing orphaned baby elephants, but will give care to any young animal in need, including buffalo and pigs, as the doting mom of Gemma, 11 and Wilson, four, demonstrated in her photos. 

Kisses:  The And Just Like That actress shared a kiss with a baby pig named Skooter who was rescued by the charity after being found alone in the bush

Passion:  The mom of two has been a patron of the wildlife rescue group for more than 10 years

Belly rubs:  Kristin describes the new foundling as, 'so funny, as you would expect, loves tummy scratches and being the center of attention'

Kirstin shared some of her experiences with these foundlings on Instagram explaining, 'To pet a baby buffalo is a new and lovely experience. So soft!"

The Sex and the City star shared a long post about her interaction with wild baby pig called Skooter, who was found alone in the bush, describing the foundling as, 'so funny, as you would expect, loves tummy scratches and being the center of attention.'

'I love the way the SWT takes in any animal who is orphaned, or wounded,  she continued, 'always with the goal of having that animal be able to live its wild life again.'

Bliss: The busy actress and producer shared her gorgeous morning and night time views from her visit at the refuge

She then added the caveat, 'Though I ‚Äėm not sure if Scooter wants to go back to the Wild. And she will always have a home if that is the case and so much love.'

The United Nations Goodwill ambassador used her love for rescuing elephants as the centerpiece of her 2019 romantic comedy Holiday in the Wild, co-starring Rob Lowe. 

Kirstin served as an executive producer on the project which took four years to develop and launch. That project included real rescued elephants being protected at an orphanage in Zambia. 

Goodwill: The United Nations Goodwill ambassador used her love for rescuing wild animals the centerpiece of her 2019 romantic comedy Holiday in the Wild, co-starring Rob Lowe.

Wild life: The actress expressed her feelings for the work, penning, 'I love the way the SWT takes in any animal who is orphaned, or wounded, always with the goal of having that animal be able to live its wild life again'

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