Cindy Crawford is simply stunning at 49 — and so is her shoot for ‘Porter’ magazine! The model posed in a slew of chic looks, including a sexy, sleek bathing suit, while opening up about the aging process and her marriage to Richard Gere.
Cindy Crawford is like a fine wine — she only continues to get better with age! At 49, the model looks gorgeous — and her natural beauty totally came through in her Porter magazine spread. Inside, she discussed a topic many women have on the mind — the pressures of looking beautiful as you age and being at peace with your looks!
“There’s no age now when you can let it all go. Not even at 80! Look at Jane Fonda. She’s in her seventies and she still looks amazing. Sometimes I wonder, ‘When can I just relax? Oh no, I have to do this for another 20 years,’” she said.
She also opened up about how her looks have changed as she aged. “In my thirties and even early forties, I could kind of still fake it. But then I started to worry that I was disappointing people, that I wasn’t delivering the ‘Cindy Crawford’ that they expected. But I’m past that now. I can’t even smoke-and-mirrors the Cindy from my twenties anymore. And that’s okay. What I have to offer now is different, that’s all. It’s not worse, even though the world may not always agree with you about that. And I’m pretty at peace with it,” she said. We love her thoughtful answer!
The gorgeous model also opened up about her marriage to Richard Gere. “I didn’t share a lot about that time in my life. When I was writing the book, I didn’t want it to be a tell-all or an autobiography. It was important to me to share only stories that had a message or a lesson that had a universal appeal… Look, I learned a lot from Richard. I learned about how to be famous. Again, that’s not a universal lesson. And a lot of the personal things, everything else I learned from that, were for me. It’s not something I want to share. If I felt that there was a great good that could come of it, I might have shared more, but I didn’t think that there was anything for other people to learn or benefit from. And I wanted to be respectful,” she said.