She's gone from supermodel to super mommy and now Molly Sims is sharing her tips for surviving life as a modern mom in her second book.
The mother-of-three paraded her endless legs in stylish black bell bottoms while visiting AOL Build Studios Tuesday to talk about Everyday Chic: My Secrets for Entertaining, Organizing, and Decorating at Home.
During the talk, the Sports Illustrated alum also opened up about how 'years of modeling' left the 5ft9 1/2inchstunner with a completely distorted idea of her body and how she's learned to be confident in her own skin since.
Molly, 44, looked effortlessly chic in a leopard blouse and high waisted flares that offered tons of 70s oomph.
But at the studio the Kentucky born talent revealed doesn't always see herself like the rest of the world, explaining 'I have body dysmorphia because of my years of modeling'
While talking about if she'd ever let her kids follow in her fashion footsteps, Sims made it clear she'd 'support' little ones Brooks, Scarlett, and baby Grey 'in whatever they want to do' but was honest about the extreme pressures of the industry.
'It's a very hard industry, I'm not gonna lie,' she said, 'If they choose our industry I hope they have the moral [wherewithal] to be strong, because it does cut you down.'
'I have certain things with eating, or certain things... because I'm getting ready for something,' the House Of Style hostess said candidly, adding 'All those limitations, I hope that my children don't have to go to.'
We are an enthusiastic team of experienced web designers, filmmakers, photographers, writers, tech heads, and graphic artists here to help you put your best foot forward.