Ashley Graham is an American supermodel and media personality.
She began modeling at an early age and gained notoriety as a result of her well-known plus-size campaigns and advertising.
The most notable accomplishment of Ashley Graham is likely that she was the first plus-size model to ever appear in the Sports Illustrated annual swimsuit issue.
At the time the bikini advertisement was filmed, she was a size 14 and appeared in the commercial at the age of 27.
Throughout her career, she has been outspoken on the need for the media to accept curves and has advocated for women to enjoy their bodies.
Ashley Graham's net worth is currently estimated at $10 million.
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Ashley Graham is married to Justin Ervin since 2010.
Ashley Graham with her husband
Children: Ashley Graham has 3 sons, Malachi Ervin, Roman Ervin and Isaac Menelik Giovanni Ervin.
Ashley Graham with her sons
Parents: Ashley Graham’s mother is Linda Graham.
Ashley Graham with her mother
Siblings: Ashley Graham has a sister named Abigail Graham.
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Ashley Graham with her mother when she was little
"Who doesn't want to be comfortable all day long?"
"As a model, I'm used to having my body scrutinized, and I have a tough skin so I can shake it off. I know I'm the only person that gets to decide how my body should look."
"The sense of pride I take away from doing something I know will be inspire women to feel confident about their bodies."
"I got most of my confidence by having a mother who never said "I don't like this or this." It was just, "You've got to love what you have because it is the only body that has been given." I know that is where a lot of my confidence came from."
"I don't want women to hold themselves back. I think there are too many women who are self-conscious about the way they look - the way they see themselves in the mirror."
"There is no reason to hide and every reason to flaunt."
"I felt free, once I realized i was never going to fit the narrow mold that society wanted me to fit in."