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Christie Brinkley’s youngest daughter Sailor sizzles in a nude photo shoot for Sports Illustrated Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images for Sports Illustrated

Sailor Brinkley Cook is all grown up and taking it off in a new campaign for Sports Illustrated.

For her new, smoking shoot, Brinkley Cook teamed up with Paulina Porizkova and Robyn Lawley for a emotionally charged campaign titled “In Her Own Words” for the publication. All three models appeared nude for the photo shoot with words of self-acceptance painted on their bodies.

In a special clip posted to Instagram in honor of the piece, Brinkley Cook opened up about her decision to join the campaign.

“The project is really about identity and what I see myself as and what these girls see themselves as,” she explained. “It was really special to be a part of this and get to express myself in a very raw, uncensored way.”

Brinkley Cook teased the project to fans on Instagram using a sultry shot from the photo shoot.

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She wrote alongside the image:

I am a fighter. I am strong. I am romantic. I am creative. I am optimistic. I am natural. I am a work in progress, constantly evolving and learning. Thank you so much to one of my best friends and inspirations @taylorbphoto for including me in a project so impactful and close to both our hearts. @robynlawley on video, @marymguthrie @campbellritchieon makeup, me on BTS photos, and all these incredible women as the subjects standing in their truths and embracing who they are or might come to be. SPORTS ILLUSTRATED BODY PAINT 2018, IN HER OWN WORDS. Thank you @mj_day@si_swimsuit im so proud of you, Tay. You did it.

Brinkley Cook previously opened up about the pressure to become a model in her mother’s footsteps in a December interview with The New York Post.

“There’s pressure that comes with comparison with my mom, but I’ve never really brought [it] upon myself that I have to be like her … That’s not possible,” she said. “She’s had a career for 50 years. I’m not even 20 years old yet. I’m just trying to live my life and make some type of indent in the world.”

Nicole is a content editor with Rare. 
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