Cindy Crawford, 56, was one of the biggest supermodels in the world in the 1980s and 1990s, even reaching into the 2000s after posing for Revlon, starring in the film Fair Game and lighting up George Michael’s Freedom! music video.

Four years ago her 20-year-old daughter Kaia Gerber arrived on the scene as she snapped up contracts with Miu Miu and appeared on the cover of Vogue.

Now there is yet another bombshell coming out of the Crawford family: Cindy’s 24-year-old niece Lark Skov, who looked stunning when appearing on ABC’s Claim To Fame competition show. Her identity was revealed on Monday evening’s episode.

So much alike! Cindy Crawford's niece Lark Stov, left, has competed on the competition TV show Claim to Fame

A stunning aunt: Cindy is seen here in 2018 in NYC

So much alike! Cindy Crawford’s niece Lark Stov, left, has competed on the competition TV show Claim to Fame. On Monday her ties to Cindy were revealed. Left, Lark on Claim to Fame and right, Cindy in 2018 in NYC

Cindy's mini me model daughter: Crawford's daughter Kaia, seen in May, has become one of the top models in the industry

Cindy’s mini me model daughter: Crawford’s daughter Kaia, seen in May, has become one of the top models in the industry

Lark’s parents are Cindy’s sister Danielle and Michael Storey Skov.

The brunette who graduated from the University Of Washington looked stunning in a red dress as she wowed the audience.

On the show Claim To Fame, which is presented by Kevin Jonas and his younger brother Frankie, she said her aunt was a supermodel but she did not name Cindy as the aim is to have others guess her identity.

Fans searched her Instagram – which is set to private – and learned that she was followed by Cindy and Kaia.

Cindy's family member: The brunette who graduated from the University Of Washington looked stunning in a red dress as she wowed the audience

Cindy’s family member: The brunette who graduated from the University Of Washington looked stunning in a red dress as she wowed the audience

Famous background: On the show Claim To Fame, which is presented by Kevin Jonas and his younger brother Frankie, she said her aunt was a supermodel but did not name Cindy

Famous background: On the show Claim To Fame, which is presented by Kevin Jonas and his younger brother Frankie, she said her aunt was a supermodel but did not name Cindy

Lark could become a model: Fans searched her Instagram - which is set to private - and learned that she was followed by Cindy and Kaia

Lark could become a model: Fans searched her Instagram – which is set to private – and learned that she was followed by Cindy and Kaia

The show drops hints about who the relative of a celebrity is, and the contestant tries to not let anyone know who they are related to. The last one standing wins $100,000.

There are 12 contestants in all. Chuck Norris’ grandson, Zendaya’s cousin Michael and Laverne Cox’s twin have all been on the show. Lark is still on the show and could win.

It is not known if Lark will follow in Cindy’s and Kaia’s footsteps and go into modeling. 

In 2021 Cindy made the rare move of sharing a photo with her sisters.

She stood next to her look-alike sisters Chris and Danielle as well as her mother Jennifer Sue Crawford-Moluf.

‘So nice to be reunited with my mom and sisters. Love you guys. ❤️,’ she said in her caption as she posed side by side with her family on a balcony. 

The supermodel also had a brother, Jeffery, who died at age three of childhood leukemia. 

Cindy wore a print shirt tucked into her jeans wit a brown Gucci belt and a coverup as she modeled a necklace and wore her hair down.

Crawford's power family: From left, Cindy's husband Rande Gerber, Cindy, Kaia and son Presley in 2016 in NYC

Crawford’s power family: From left, Cindy’s husband Rande Gerber, Cindy, Kaia and son Presley in 2016 in NYC

The catwalk queen at 5ft9in towered over her mother and siblings as they stood on a balcony overlooking a green landscape. 

One of he sisters had on a colorful print shirt with white jeans and another went with all black and a gray cardigan.

Mom had on a black T-shirt with glasses. 

Cindy grew up in Illinois with her family and started modeling in high school before her career took off at 20.

Just before her post, Cindy said she has ditched ‘tough workouts’.

The model has opened up about her journey with exercise and her diet over the years.

She admitted she used to get ‘annoyed’ seeing Kate Moss, 47, eating fast food and smoking cigarettes and still staying the same size, because if she overindulged and didn’t change her eating habits, she wouldn’t fit in the outfits she models.

Girl power: Crawford shared a very rare image with her look-alike sisters Chris and Danielle (Lark's mother) as well as her mother Jennifer Sue Crawford-Moluf in 2021

Girl power: Crawford shared a very rare image with her look-alike sisters Chris and Danielle (Lark’s mother) as well as her mother Jennifer Sue Crawford-Moluf in 2021

Good pals: The Versace model and her sister Chris Crawford attend the Chanel Spring-Summer Fashion Show South Beach, Florida in 1995

Good pals: The Versace model and her sister Chris Crawford attend the Chanel Spring-Summer Fashion Show South Beach, Florida in 1995

Cindy told the March issue of Red magazine – of which she is the cover star – that: ‘I don’t like the word “diet,” but I still choose to eat well. 

‘I was never one of the people who could eat what I wanted – even I used to get annoyed when Kate Moss would be eating a burger and fries and smoking a cigarette! 

‘When I moved to New York, I knew I was going to have to change the way I ate or I wouldn’t be able to get into the clothes – and, by the way, the clothes were much bigger then than the sample sizes now. But the way I’ve exercised has changed.’

With mom and grandma: Cindy, middle, with grandma Dorothy left and mom Jenny right in 2003 in Beverly Hills

With mom and grandma: Cindy, middle, with grandma Dorothy left and mom Jenny right in 2003 in Beverly Hills

The Fair Game star -explained how after she had kids she relied on exercise to ‘energize’ her, and now the ‘goal’ is to not ‘get hurt’ by doing less rigorous routines.

She continued: ‘In my 20s, I would workout hard and flop down on the couch. Then, I had little kids and realized my workouts couldn’t tire me any more, they actually had to energize me instead. Now my goal is not to get hurt. So, I have added a lot more stretching and Pilates, and I don’t feel as compelled to do those tough workouts any more.’

Cindy also opened up about embracing her ‘insecurities and flaws’ as she’s gotten older.

She is still on magazine covers: CIndy is seen here on the cover of Vogue Brazil

Like mom: Kaia has also appeared on the cover of Vogue

She is still on magazine covers: Cindy is seen here on the cover of Vogue Brazil. Kaia, right, has also appeared on Vogue

She said: ‘When you’re young, you have the beauty and strength of youth, but you’re really hard on yourself and you haven’t done the work on the inside yet. As you get older, you’ve figured out who you are, but you’re thinking, ‘That’s not where it used to be any more!’ Maybe that’s the point – having insecurities and flaws is what makes us human.’ 

Daughter Kaia landed the cover of Vogue in 2021 and inside said she appreciates how Crawford allows her to make ‘fashion mistakes’.

The model is happy her mum allowed her to experiment with her wardrobe as it helped her to find her own style.

In a clip for Vogue’s ‘7 Days, 7 Looks’ series, she said: ‘The best style advice my mom has given me is less is more. She also let me make fashion mistakes, which I appreciate a lot. I think the biggest mistake that I made was trying to dress up a lot. When I was off duty, when I first started modelling, I was wearing heels all the time and full looks that lasted one season.’

Now, Kaia notices that she often picks similar ensembles to those that Cindy styled in the 90s, and when the teen see’s a picture of her parent, she often mistakes her for herself. She said: ‘My mom always referenced very classic looks. So, I get that from her. She always gave me very staple pieces to have, to travel with that you can interchange … Sometimes I will see a picture of my mom and I think it’s me. 

She said this happened recently: ‘I posted a picture in this Marc Jacobs plaid dress, and she texted me and she’s like, Kaia, I swear to God, I had that dress in the 90s, and she sent me a picture, and it was the exact same dress.’ 



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Originally posted 2022-08-30 17:19:40.