Supermodel Christy Turlington looks fresh-faced at 43!

Supermodels not only bounce back from having babies to their pre-baby forms in record time but they have been known to stop “time” in its tracks. The aging process that is. Take a look at Naomi Campbell, sans wrinkles, at age 42. Janice Dickinson who’s a show-stopper at age 57 and Christie Brinkley who looks like she is in her 30s at age 58. Now, we have Christy Turlington, 43, and looking like her 23 self.

So how do they do it? It could all be in the genes and if that’s the case, then it’s a cruel world. Or it could be a combination of hard work, trainers, nutritionists, plastic surgeons and botox, the fountain of youth in the celebrity world. But whatever it is, it seems to be working and how.

Supermodel Christy Turlington defies age on the new cover of Capitol File magazine looking hot with chiseled cheekbones and a stunning complexion. Or it could be the airbrushing done with new-fangled computer techniques. They can whisk away wrinkles at the drop of a coin, reduce your body size in a matter of seconds and tighten those flabby thighs and wipe away cellulite at the click of a mouse.

The 43-year-old beauty appears on the cover wearing Louis Vuitton looking fresh-faced and glowing as she did at 23. The mother of two revealed that the modeling world has brought her world to life. It has re-energized her role as a mom and given new direction to her campaign for maternal mortality reduction. Turlington is an advocate for “Every Mother Counts,” a charity focused on reducing maternal mortality.

So, she is not just a pretty face after all. Erin Thornton, executive director of the same organization, has this to say about Christy, “She’s willing to put her story out there and because of this, people know she’s real and focused.”

Good works aside, the model looks gorgeous and very young on the cover of the magazine. Back in the days of Cinderella, there was a fairy godmother who could wave a wand and achieve some incredible results. These days, it is done with the click of a mouse. And it’s only going to get better folks.

By
T. J. Mueller