Model can’t get enough of Venice

Baltimore Sun Sunday - - REAL ESTATE - By Jae-Ha Kim

Model­ing runs in Hunter McGrady’s family. Her mother, aunt and grand­mother all mod­eled. And she, too, started model­ing when she was 16. At nearly 6 feet tall, McGrady grew dis­heart­ened when agents told her she should trim a lit­tle fat from her al­ready gaunt, size-2 body. Now 23, McGrady, who is based in New York, is one of the most pop­u­lar plus-size mod­els, hav­ing re­cently ap­peared in Sports Il­lus­trated’s an­nual swim­suit is­sue.

An edited ver­sion of our con­ver­sa­tion fol­lows. shot there and ba­si­cally stayed in a tree­house. It was pretty spec­tac­u­lar. There are no cars on the is­land. Their mode of trans­porta­tion is dune buggy, horse and boat! Stun­ning sand dunes and beaches! the scenery, the singing, the streets, the food! It’s a place you will re-fall in love.


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