Cindy was married to Richard Gere for four years in the 90s and has been married to Rande Gerber, a former model himself, since 1998. Cindy stopped modeling full time in 2000 and has since focused on creating beauty, clothing, and home-accessories lines as well as advocating for various philanthropic causes, including the Ronald Mc Donald House Charities, childhood leukemia research, and environmental health.
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But my mother always said, ‘You know what your mole looks like, you don’t know what the scar is going to look like,” she told .
“It’s the thing that made people remember me, and it made a lot of women who also have beauty marks identify with me. Honestly though, if I was designing my face from scratch, I don’t know if I would have designed it with the mole,” she said.
Not that the transition to superstardom was an easy one to make.No inference of association or affiliation with, or endorsement by any company or organization is intended or should be inferred.This site or it's operators has no financial or other interest in, nor owns any third-party online stores or services provided by third parties which may appear in, at or through this site or it's operators. Now an instantly recognizable household name (with an equally iconic mole just to the right of her smile), Cindy was discovered as a model at age 16 while she was working at her summer job, shucking corn on the cob. During the 80s and 90s, Cindy was everywhere—hundreds of magazine covers, including , and at the top of “sexiest people” lists everywhere.
“I didn’t quite know how to navigate it, so I just chose not to. to just let loose a little bit more and have fun.” And then there’s that mole. “I would get teased by the other kids in school, so I definitely wanted to get it removed.
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