16 February, 2017
Christie was a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue cover star three years in a row in 1979, 1980 and 1981 and appeared in the magazine eight times between 1975 and 2004. The latter has raised the most attention as the 63-year-old former Sports Illustrated cover model stuns in her 2017 bikini shoot.
Back in 2012 before landing her first cover, Kate opened up to the magazine about her aspirations of landing the coveted cover.
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She posed with one arm behind her head and the other clasped across her bare chest, in front of a sparkling ocean and lush mountains. "But when Kate was actually shooting, we were trying so many different looks on her and each photo was coming back just as great as the next". She works out five to six days a week for at least an hour each time.
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It wasn't long before she landed back-to-back cover, with the 2013 issue being photographed in Antarctica.
"To have an issue that focuses on that is really an awesome moment for me because I think it's important for everyone to be the best they can be, but not to strive to be a company or industry's idea of flawless", Upton tells Sports Illustrated. It feels insulting, implying that I am somehow being taken advantage of, that I am not empowered in my own decisions.
"It's hard to hear someone say that I am being objectified by participating in things like the Swimsuit issue". Ferguson said. "But Sports Illustrated has always been my dream job, so they know that and they're very proud".
You can find a lot more over at SI's Swimsuit page. I really want to have that influence for people out there that have my body type.