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Cindy Crawford looks flawless at 43

2009-03-31 03:05:52 GMT2009-03-31 11:05:52 (Beijing Time)  SINA.com

In tiny red shorts and a black top, Cindy Crawford looked fit and toned during a walk with friends on the beach in Malibu

She looked much younger than her 43 years

The supermodel tears up a loaf of white bread in a photo shoot for an anti-ageing issue of the American magazine Allure

As a supermodel, Cindy Crawford can rest assured that a professional photo shoot will leave her looking her very best.

But even away from the airbrushes, stylists and make-up artists, she still manages to look flawless.

The 43-year-old revealed her long, toned limbs during a walk with friends on the beach in Malibu.

In tiny red shorts and a sporty top, she showed no signs of losing the athletic figure that helped make her famous.

She looked ready to burst into a spot of exercise.

Last week Cindy appeared in a photo shoot for Allure magazine's anti-ageing issue.

In one picture she is seen tearing up a loaf of white bread to imply that it is best avoided if you want to stay looking young.

In an accompanying interview, she said she still likes her body, 20 years after it catapulted her to fame.

'I think I look pretty good for 43, but I don't look the way I did when I was 23,' she said.

She also admitted she has cellulite.

'I do, and I never said I didn't. I've had two kids and I'm 43, so leave me alone!' she said.

Cindy told the magazine that the body parts she took the most care of were her hands and decolletage.

She explained: 'In LA, there are 65-year-old women walking around in Juicy sweatpants, and from the back, you'd think they were 20.

'But when you see their hands or their neck, you know.'

The model was married to actor Richard Gere between 1991 and 1995.

She has been married to Rande Gerber since May 29, 1998.

The couple have two children, Presley Walker and Kaia Jordan. Mail Online reported.

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