The June issue of French Marie Claire features ‘plus-size’ models Hayley Morley and Laura Catterall in bathing-suits, lingerie and in well, nothing. These girls are a size 10 US, look well-proportionate and have the following measurements:
Chosen: Number 3 on Daily Star’s “Best Bodies” List
Was asked to: Lose 2 stone (28 lbs / 13 kg) when she first started modeling…
Which is why… A while back, Katie started a campaign called “Say No to Size 0” that had the goal to “ban all size zero models and models with an unhealthy BMI (below 18.5) from the fashion catwalks.” (source: Katie’s Official site).
See more pictures of her from her campaigns after the jump!
Celebrities aren’t really fond of revealing their weight, so whenever any female stars shares this little secret with us, it’s news!
52 year-old (wow!) Andie MacDowell was kind enough to reveal her exact number:
When you were a young model, in an industry not known for positive body images, did you ever have problems with weight? There was a time when someone complained to my agency that I was overweight. It was after I’d been in New York for a few years, and I was trying to figure out how to maintain my weight. I was 132 pounds then, and I’m 5-foot-8 – and still eat healthy and exercise. So I said, â€œTell them not to book me. This is the best I can do.â€ And shortly after, I got Calvin Klein commercials and a movie, so it didn’t stop me.
You still look model weight to me: Right now I’m about 137 to 138 pounds and I feel pretty good about it. Also, as soon as you get older, your face starts o look drawn – that’s why I think I’m better off with those 5 extra pounds.
Do you have a guilty pleasure when it comes to food? Well, it’s not a guilty thing – I really do think that chocolate is good for you. And it’s better to eat that than to not have anything. That’s when you end up eating too much – when you feel deprived.
See 2 more pictures of beautiful Andie after the jump!