These days, it appears that nudity is the trending style, especially for top celebrities. Caroline Wozniacki gave ESPN magazine all of herself just weeks after pregnant Serena Williams stripped nude for Vanity Fair magazine, and the entire globe is having fun with it.
Caroline Wozniacki, 26, stripped down on the cover annual Body Issue.of ESPN magazine. The star clearly has nothing to hide, explaining that when it comes to her physical appearance, she isn’t worried about changing her body to look like a catwalk model and would rather concentrate on looking and feeling good about her own natural shape.
‘If I don’t look like a supermodel on the runway, that’s okay because I look good in my own way,’ she explained.
On the issues’s cover, Caroline is seen swinging a racket without a stitch of clothing on, her hair billowing behind her as expert angling ensures the camera hasn’t caught too much.
She looks every bit the toned professional athlete, her muscular arms and lean legs, and totally taut tummy on display.
Speaking to ESPN The Magazine, she admitted that she wasn’t really too worried about baring it all.
‘I can’t spend time stressing about something I don’t have and just embrace what I do have. It’s so in to have curves now. It’s in to be looking healthy,’ she said. ‘My fitness is something I pride myself on. I think that’s definitely something that I win quite a few matches on.+2
‘I rarely stand on a scale, to be honest,’ she went on. ‘When I stop playing, I’m not going to obsess so much about my weight. It’s going to be more about a healthy lifestyle. It’s more about how I feel.’
This also isn’t Caroline’s first time going nude. The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue veteran forewent a bikini in 2016, posing on a beach in St. Vincent in just red body paint.
Though the paint is meant to mimic swimwear, it leaves hardly anything to the imagination.
And as for the critics who remark that Caroline spends too much time posing for photoshoots and worrying about how she looks, she quips in a video: ‘I don’t really care what other people think.’