Cindy Crawford usually posts photos of her famous kids Kaia and Presley or images of her fashion photos on Instagram.
But on Tuesday, the Vogue model, 55, made it more personal as she shared a very rare image with her similar sisters Chris and Danielle and with her mother Jennifer Sue Crawford-Moluf.
‘So nice to be reunited with my mother and sisters. I love you. ❤️, ‘she said in her caption as she posed on a balcony next to her family.
Girl power: Cindy Crawford shared a very rare image on Tuesday with her similar sisters Chris and Danielle and her mother Jennifer Sue Crawford-Moluf
The supermodel also had a brother, Jeffery, who died of childhood leukemia at the age of three.
Cindy wore a printed shirt in her jeans with a brown Gucci belt and a cover-up while modeling a necklace and wearing her hair down.
The six-foot catwalk queen towered over her mother and siblings as they stood on a balcony overlooking a verdant landscape.
One of his sisters was wearing a colorful print shirt and white jeans and another was wearing all black and a gray cardigan.
Mom was wearing a black T-shirt with glasses.
The highest! The 6-foot catwalk queen towered over her mother and siblings as they stood on a balcony overlooking a verdant landscape
Growing up in Illinois with her family, Cindy began modeling in high school before taking off her career at the age of 20.
This post comes after Cindy said she ditched “ tough workouts. ”
The 54-year-old supermodel has opened up about her journey with exercise and her diet over the years.
She admitted she was ‘annoyed’ seeing Kate Moss, 47, eat fast food and smoke cigarettes and still keep the same size because if she overeated and didn’t change her eating habits, she wouldn’t fit in. the outfits they models.
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Cindy told the March issue of Red magazine – of which she’s the cover star – that, ‘I don’t like the word’ diet, ‘but I still choose to eat right.
‘I was never one of those people who could eat whatever I wanted – even I always got annoyed when Kate Moss ate a burger and chips and smoked a cigarette!
‘When I moved to New York, I knew I would have to change the way I eat or I wouldn’t be able to get into the clothes – and besides, the clothes were much larger than the sample sizes now. But the way I’ve been practicing has changed. ‘
With mom and grandma: Cindy, center, with grandma Dorothy on the left and mother Jenny on the right in Beverly Hills in 2003
The Fair Game star – explained how, after having children, she relied on exercise to ‘energize’ her, and now the ‘goal’ is not to get ‘hurt’ by doing less rigorous routines.
She continued, “When I was in my 20s I would train hard and crash on the couch. Then I had small children and realized that my workouts could no longer tire me, they had to give me energy. Now my goal is not to get hurt. So I added a lot more stretches and Pilates, and I don’t feel too compelled to do those hard workouts. ‘
Cindy also started embracing her ‘insecurities and flaws’ as she got older.
She is still on the covers of magazines: CIndy can be seen here on the cover of Vogue Brazil
She said, ‘When you are young you have the beauty and strength of youth, but you are really hard on yourself and you haven’t done the work inside yet. As you get older, you know who you are, but you think: that’s not where it used to be! Maybe that’s the point – having insecurities and flaws is what makes us human. ‘
Daughter Kaia landed on the cover of Vogue this month and inside said she appreciated Crawford allowing her to make “ fashion mistakes. ”
The 19-year-old model is happy that her mother let her experiment with her wardrobe as it helped her find her own style.
Just like mom, the 19-year-old model is happy that her mom let her experiment with her wardrobe as it helped her find her own style. In a clip for Vogue’s’ 7 Days, 7 Looks’ series, she said, ‘The best style advice my mom has given me is less is more. She also let me make fashion mistakes, which I really appreciate ‘
In a clip for Vogue’s’ 7 Days, 7 Looks’ series, she said, ‘The best style advice my mom has given me is less is more. She also let me make fashion mistakes, which I really appreciate. I think the biggest mistake I made was dressing up a lot. When I was off duty, when I first started modeling, I wore high heels all the time and full looks that lasted a season. ‘
Now Kaia finds herself often choosing ensembles similar to Cindy’s in the 90s, and when the teen sees a picture of her parents, she often confuses her for herself. She said, ‘My mom always referred to very classic looks. So I get that from her. She always gave me very important pieces to have, to travel with that you can switch … Sometimes I see a picture of my mom and I think it’s me.
She said this happened recently: ‘I posted a picture in this Marc Jacobs plaid dress, and she texted me and she said, Kaia, I swear to you, I had that dress in the 90s, and she sent me a photo, and was the exact same dress. ‘