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Erin Willerton Says She’s Grateful To Be Part Of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit’s Newest Issue

Published Thu Jun 06 2019 By Alice
Erin Willerton Says She’s Grateful To Be Part Of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit’s Newest Issue

The British model Erin Willertons feels grateful to be a part of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit.

Erin Willerton, the doppelganger of model and beauty pageant titleholder, Miss Universe Great Britain, Amy Willerton, is a social media influencer on the notion of modeling.

Erin is one of the six finalists in this year's Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Model Search competition alongside Brooks Nader, Jessica AidiVeronica Pome’eManuela Alvarez Hernandez and Bret Michaels’ daughter, Raine Michaels.

The British model Erin Willertons feels grateful to be the part of  Sports Illustrated Swimsuit.
SOURCE: Celebzz

The Social media star, along with 31 other models, recently headed to Miami for “SI Swimsuit on Location,” a two-day ticketed exhibition. 

The magazine’s stars all celebrated at Mynt and Myn-Tu, a Japanese-French concept restaurant, where they candidly shared their experiences posing in the sizzling issue.

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The British model happily gushed, she’s grateful to be a part of SI Swimsuit’s newest issue, especially since it’s all about diversity as she said,

“Look at it. Look at the amazing array of women that we have. For me, it’s just an honor to be part of such an inclusive magazine. I’m a student from England so being here is kind of surreal, but we made it and I’m just really, really happy.”

The British hottie also revealed the people around her including family and friends, have been supportive of her titillating snaps. 

 
 
 
 
 
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The 21-year-old philosophy student also admitted that while her appearance in the magazine led to numerous modeling gigs, she hasn’t forgotten about her academic career.

She said,

“A degree is something that I will have forever and was always important to me. However, the last year has offered me so many incredible modeling opportunities too. So instead of picking one or the other, I decided to work as hard as I could at both!”

The magazine clarified this competition is much more than pretty faces and announced this year the issue aims to celebrate “beauty in all its forms” with “34 exceptional women.”