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Honorary MILF: Elizabeth Hurley

If you aren’t following Elizabeth Hurley on Instagram then do yourself a favor and follow her (elizabethhurley1). I’ll wait and you’re welcome. Hurley is a self described “Mummy” before everything else. The 52 year old model/actress is also a designer of swimwear no less. And that’s no typo. It is hard to believe Hurley is 52. She certainly is the epitome of aging gracefully and appears to be more beautiful now than we were first introduced to her at the tender age of 29 as Estee Lauder’s spokesmodel. Since then Elizabeth has appeared in several films and enjoys fashion, particularly modeling her swimwear line, Elizabeth Hurley Beach.

She is as stunning as ever and uses her celebrity status to bring attention to breast cancer awareness by participating in Estée Lauder’s Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign, as part of which the company created an “Elizabeth Pink” lipstick whose sales benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

You can find out more about her on her personal website elizabethhurley.com. The following is a screen cap of her Instagram page. Enjoy!

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Honorary MILF: Fergie

Today we submit Fergie as an honorary MILF. Having recently released a new single MILF $ (watch the video below), Fergie is working at empowering women with a strong message. In a promoting her new single, Fergie had this to say: “Changing the acronym to Moms I’d Like to Follow is about empowering women who did it all,” she said in a statement. “They have a career, a family, and still find time to take care of themselves and feel sexy. With a wink of course :).” The video for the song featured an “A” list of MILF’s: Kim Kardashian West, Chrissy Teigen, Ciara, Devon Aoki, Alessandra Ambrosio, Natasha Poly, Angela Lindvall, Isabeli Fontana, Amber Valletta, Tara Lynn, and Gemma Ward. Considering the video has north of 30 million views, once again, Fergie rules!

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Honorary MILF: Melanie Varney

It started as a simple premise: a photographer wanted to photograph a couple for an intimate boudoir session. She offered her services free and received messages from several couples wanting to participate. She selected a woman by the name of Melanie Varney. Melanie was happily married and had recently given birth to 3 children in 12 months. That’s right, a set of twins and a single child in a period of 12 months. In her note to the photographer Trina Cary, she mentioned that “Every Mom knows that it was worth the struggle for the end result. It wasn’t until a full year postpartum that I finally let go and started to celebrate the journey my body had been through.”

A feel good story, right? Not so fast. After the pictures were posted online, Melanie started to get hurtful and rude comments about her. It became so bad that she no longer wanted to participate because of the negativity. Here is what the photographer posted on her Facebook page:

“Just the other day I received some very sad news from the mother of this session saying she no longer wants to partake in interviews regarding the session because the negative comments have taken a toll on her and that she is not feeling healthy at the moment. This devastated me. This session was supposed to build her up not tear her down. After this session she was on top of the world, her husband too but now after the public has gotten ahold of it she is back to square one with her insecurities.

So I started going through some comments and reading what people had been saying and I was hurt. I hurt for Mel. I hurt for any other woman trying to regain her confidence and do something for herself. The gist of the comments were people who aren’t comfortable with their own bodies lashing out at her – funny it was always her never her husband. Everyone is entitled to their own view and opinion but there are many other constructive ways to voice that without being rude and hateful. This session was not about two people being vain this was about learning to love yourself again. There isn’t one person out there who doesn’t want a nice picture of themselves that makes them feel good when they look at it. Some people even went as far as calling her a slut or a hoe, shame on you!!! This woman has dedicated her life to her husband and her children. She is fighting personal insecurities and your best comment is to trash her?! It makes me physically sick reading comments like these. Words hurt, people! I feel sorry for the authors of these comments because they are the ones who need a session like this most but will never have the courage or strength to do one. They are the ones shrouded in jealousy and insecurities and choose to reply out of spite.”

After hearing about this story, the Got MILF team wanted to celebrate Melanie and the journey she has undertaken. If anyone deserves to be an honorary MILF it’s her.

As women, and as mothers in particular, we should be exercising kindness, understanding and shared strength. There is enough hate and negativity in the world. Motherhood is the most beautiful and challenging part of many women’s lives. We applaud Trina for her work in sho9wing that women are so much more than what society dictates they are allowed to be. We especially want Melanie to know that the sacrifices she has made by sharing a vulnerable side of herself is not lost on us. Melanie is brave and selfless. She has encouraged so many women to begin the process of loving and accepting themselves. We sincerely hope that Melanie comes out of this experience knowing that any negativity is purely a reflection on htose dishing it out and not at all how the majority of people feel. Thank you for inspiring us Melanie. You truly are a beautiful person.

To view the gallery and Trina Cary’s website, click here.

Here are a sample of the photos:


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Trina Cary Photography / Via TrinaCaryPhotography.com
 

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