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Originally posted 01/29/2014 11:00AM
In this week's cover story, the supermodel shares her age-defying secrets and poses in a bikini!
Originally posted 01/29/2014 08:00AM
Times have changed since Christie Brinkley first graced the cover of Sports Illustrated's swimsuit issue. But the supermodel, it seems, has not.
On the eve of hitting the big 6-0 on Feb. 2, Brinkley celebrates her birthday – and her incredible figure! – by posing in a swimsuit on the cover of this week's PEOPLE.
"I'm actually excited about turning 60," Brinkley tells PEOPLE. "I feel on top of my game."
Originally posted 10/31/2013 03:35PM
The Boston Red Sox clinched their third World Series victory in a decade after defeating the St. Louis Cardinals 6-1 Wednesday at Boston's Fenway Park.
Among the celebs in attendance? Supermodel superfan Christie Brinkley, a self-avowed Instagram junkie who couldn't help but chronicle the frenzied evening on her Instagram page.
And snap away she did! The 59-year-old beauty delivered a visual blow-by-blow of the evening, as she posed with fellow fans and shot a barrage of selfies.
Check out her pics below and relive the Rex Sox's big win:
Originally posted 07/15/2013 04:00PM
The star shares her wisdom with up-and-coming model Sailor
Originally posted 07/11/2013 12:15PM
The former supermodel poses side by side with her 15-year-old for the cover of Bella NYC magazine
Originally posted 06/24/2013 10:55AM
They're ready for their (15-second) close-ups!
Instagram launched its video service on Friday – where users can upload 15-second video clips to the photo-sharing service – and celebs spent the weekend making their directorial debuts.
Some stars, like Christie Brinkley, posted scenic shots of the sky. Others, like Julianne Hough, stayed behind behind the camera as well to post funny shots of her friends.
And Justin Bieber shared his wounds after falling down a flight of stairs.
Check out who else embraced their inner Martin Scorsese (and Alan Smithee) online!
Originally posted 12/29/2010 08:00AM
Christie Brinkley has been divorced for more than two years, but she's in no hurry to find love again.
"Most of the time, I've got my kids with me, so I'm not as prone to meeting people," Brinkley tells February's Prevention, out Tuesday. "And then, you never really know if someone is talking to you because you're a celebrity. It's not my number one priority."
Brinkley, 56, has three children – Alexa Ray, 25, Jack, 15, and Sailor, 12 – and says being a mom was always part of her life plan.
Originally posted 06/05/2010 08:40AM
Christie Brinkley was empathetic but stern with Alexa Ray Joel after her daughter took some pills and was hospitalized in December.
"Your job as a parent is to listen. And to dole out as much love as you can," the supermodel tells Ladies' Home Journal in its July issue. "That includes tough love. I told Alexa, 'You got yourself worked into such a tizzy. You need to examine that, you need to seek professional advice.' "
Brinkley, 56, says anyone can understand the pain of heartbreak, but that Alexa, 24, overreacted to her breakup. "She tried to do something dramatic to prove to her boyfriend how much he hurt her," Brinkley says. "I think many people can relate to that excruciating pain of love gone wrong. I'd rather have a broken arm than a broken heart."
Originally posted 05/08/2010 09:45AM
Alexa Ray Joel is famous for three reasons: her music, her parents (Billy Joel and Christie Brinkley), and regretfully, a battle with depression that landed her in the hospital after an overdose on Dec. 5.
"I felt like I was in a black hole and I couldn't see out," Joel, 24, reveals in the new issue of PEOPLE. "I hit rock bottom that day . . . A part of me wanted people close to me to know – not the whole world."
The trigger for her depression? A very bad case of heartbreak. Joel says she never really got over her first love, her former bassist Jimmy Riot, whom she began dating at 19. They broke up in 2008, but had fleeting reconciliations. "I was addicted to this man," she says, "and it spiraled out of control."
Originally posted 12/10/2009 07:30AM
In light of some media coverage of their daughter Alexa Ray Joel's recent hospital stay, her parents, Billy Joel and Christie Brinkley, have issued the following statement. In its entirety, it reads:
Every parent can imagine the pain and anguish we face as parents of a daughter who is working to recover from the dangerous actions she took while suffering a devastating heartbreak. As much as we hate dignifying tabloid stories with a response, we feel we must set the record straight to protect our family. The story that ran in the New York Post on December 8th, and has been subsequently spread across the Internet, is filled with vicious lies and attempts to smear our character and that of our beloved daughter. We ask the public and legitimate media outlets to please "consider the source" and to not further exacerbate our daughter's situation by repeating and legitimizing these false reports.
With much appreciation,
Billy Joel & Christie Brinkley
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