Cindy Crawford posts amazing throwback footage captioned: ‘Even I don’t wake up looking like Cindy Crawford’

Cindy was one of the five original supermodels

Hanna Fillingham

Cindy Crawford has enjoyed a hugely successful career as one of the world’s most iconic supermodels, and to mark the beginning of the week on Monday, the 51-year-old posted a funny throwback video of her younger self taking part in a spoof Pepsi commercial. The mother-of-two captioned the footage: "Even I don’t wake up looking like Cindy Crawford #MTVMondays."

 

See? Even I don't wake up looking like Cindy Crawford. #MTVMondays

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Cindy Crawford posted a fun throwback video of her to mark the beginning of the week

In the video, a narrator begins: "The next commercial was a spoof and has celebrities that are hard to recognise without their make-up." A laid-back looking Cindy is filmed walking towards her trailer with a pair of statement shades and black baseball cap, telling the camera: "I am supposed to be an actress and I go to work looking sloppy. I go into my trailer and a guy hands me a Pepsi and when I come out of my trailer I am transformed." 

 

In my cut offs all summer long.

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Cindy is considered one of the world's most successful supermodels

With an adoring crowd watching her every move, Cindy later comes out of the trailer looking 'transformed.' Her brunette hair has been styled in retro-inspired curls and she has changed into a dazzling gown as she is handed over a can of Pepsi. Cindy starred in the Pepsi and Pepsi Stuff advertising campaigns throughout the early nineties, and later appeared in a remake of the commercial back in 2016.

Cindy's daughter Kaia Gerber is following in her mum's footsteps

And during the height of her successful career, the supermodel had a mass of fans, including members of the royal family. Prince William revealed on upcoming ITV documentary "Diana, Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy," that he had posters of Cindy on his walls, and went "bright red" when introduced to her.

"I went bright red and didn't know quite what to say. And sort of fumbled and I think pretty much fell down the stairs on the way up," he said. Adding, he continued: "That was a very funny memory that's lived with me forever."