The businesswoman has been chosen as one of four cover models to be featured on the cover Sports Illustratedannual swimsuit issueJoining Megan Fox, Kim Petras, and Brooks Nader.
Talking to SI On her cover model status, Stewart said she doesn’t think much about age, but she was impressed by the achievement.
When I heard I was going to be on the cover Sports Illustrated SwimsuitI thought, “Oh, that’s so good, I’m going to be the biggest person I’ve ever thought on a cover.” Sports Illustrated,”said Stewart. “And I don’t think about age very much, but I thought that was kind of historical.”
As for why she decided to take part in the shoot, the cookbook author said she wanted to prove that age doesn’t matter when it comes to things like “friendship or in terms of success.” Instead, Stewart said, what matters is “what people do, how people think, how they act”.
She explained, “Age is not the deciding factor in terms of friendship or in terms of success, but what people do, how people think, how they act, that’s what matters, not your age.”
SI Swim’Editor-in-Chief MJ Day also took the opportunity to praise Stewart’s mentality, adding, “Never in her life has [Martha] Let its circumstances dictate its outcome.
“She has changed with the times – always one step ahead, it seems – to build a large-scale business empire.”
For the photo shoot, Stewart traveled to the Dominican Republic, where her 10 swimsuit looks were shot by Rovin Afanador. For the cover, Stewart can be seen wearing a white swimsuit and an orange jacket.
On social media, Stewart is 2023 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue The cover was met with acclaim from fans, with many praising the TV personality.
“I love love love this so much!” One person tweeted about the cover, while another said: “@martha stewart You are creative and inspiring in every way. As if I couldn’t love you more than I already do.”
As for the way she prepared for the shoot, which she described as “challenging” at her age, Stewart told my host today Monday showed that she had been going to Pilates every other day and had not eaten bread or pasta for “two months.”
Stewart also revealed that there were no “gimmicks” during the photo shoot. “There are no gimmicks, actually. No gimmicks. They tell you you look okay, that’s nice. It’s kind of confirming that it’s okay to do what you do,” she said.