Sunday 24 September 2017

Cindy Crawford poses for a family portrait for JCPenney

Cindy Crawford poses with her mother and daughter for JCPenney. Photo: JCPenney
Cindy Crawford poses with her mother and daughter for JCPenney. Photo: JCPenney
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Cindy Crawford poses during the 'Herb Ritts: L.A. Style' preview and reception to celebrate the opening of the exhibition held at the J. Paul Getty Museum on April 2, 2012 in Los Angeles, California.
Cindy with her family
VENICE, ITALY - AUGUST 31: Rande Gerber and Cindy Crawford attends the 68th Venice Film Festival on August 31, 2011 in Venice, Italy. (Photo by Danny Martindale/FilmMagic)

Belinda White

Supermodel Cindy Crawford teams up with her mother and 10-year-old model daughter Kaia to star in JCPenney's Mother's Day campaign.

Don't panic, you haven't forgotten to send a card, Cindy Crawford and JCPenney (the US equivalent of Debenhams) are celebrating Mother's Day Stateside. For her part, Crawford has roped in her mother and her model-in-the-making daughter Kaia to pose for a family portrait and star in a short film gushing about the 'things my mother gave me'.

In the case of original supermodel Cindy, you would think that was pretty obvious - amazing genes, legs that go on forever, a face that made a fortune, hair to die for… the list is endless. But her answer is not as shallow as ours might have been under the circumstances:



"The biggest gift that my mother has given me that I try to give my daughter is - don't cry - and we talk about this a lot, is unconditional love. I mean, if you're a kid, just to have that empowers you for the rest of your life and if you have that, you don't need anything else." Aw.

On the same subject, 10-year-old Kaia - currently starring in her first major fashion campaign for Versace children's wear shot by Mert & Marcus - is extremely cute and equally in thrall of her superstar mum:



"Oh my goodness, she's just the best mom in the world. I mean, she's so nice and I can actually hang out with her and have fun." Plus there's the great genes, legs that go on forever...

Telegraph.co.uk

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