Camille Kostek had fans seeing double on Instagram on Saturday when she posted a stunning mirror photo. On one side you can see that the Sports Illustrated swimsuit cover girl is rocking an elegant outfit that brings together a black pencil skirt and navy blue satin dress shirt. But the mirror image reveals that the shirt has been unbuttoned to reveal a sheer and lacy-looking bralette.
Camille sends a coy look over her shoulder as if she’s slyly thinking the words in the caption: “Oh, didn’t see you there.”
Based on some of her previous photos, it looks like the bralette is from Victoria’s Secret. According to the caption of one post, the piece is part of their fall luxe collection, which is all about lingerie pieces that are meant to be worn in the daytime to add some extra spice to a woman’s wardrobe.
The photo received lots of praise on Instagram in the comments section. While some raved over the outfit, others couldn’t help but mention how lucky her famous boyfriend — retired Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski — is to have nabbed her.
According to a relationship timeline published by E! Online, Rob and Camille likely first started seeing each other in 2015, after the 27-year-old blond bombshell retired from the Patriots’ cheerleading team.
“We first got in touch once I resigned from the team,” Kostek once said in an interview with Fox News, as reported by E! Online. “I always knew who he was before I was even a cheerleader. I knew who he was on the roster. I just never paid any mind. Once I resigned is when we finally met.”
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I always love rocking cute lingerie but sometimes it’s so cute I want to show it off !!! The new fall luxe collection has timeless pieces meant to be shown off and styled with your outfits this season! @victoriassecret ???? glam by @cgonzalezbeauty @themartyharper styled by @jordiefos shot by @andrewdaystudio
During the summer months of 2015, Gronk started to pop up on her Instagram page starting with a grainy black-and-white photo of Camille on his lap. In 2016, they attended the Kids Choice Awards together and posed for photos on the red carpet, their first outing as a couple in this type of high profile celebrity setting.
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a dream come true. I’m trying not to cry of joy AGAIN as I simply write that little phrase. This is living proof to “trust the process” “everything happens for a reason” and “when the time is right…” THIS cover is my living proof that what’s meant to be will be. This cover came after countless NO’s. This cover came after years of rejection. This cover came after 10 years of talking about wanting to simply be a @si_swimsuit model in the issue. This cover came after submitting a video for the first ever open call two years ago. My day one friends and my parents and siblings have heard me talk about this dream forever. They’ve watched me work for it and they’ve watched me fail. But when you are passionate about wanting something in your life NOTHING will get in the way. This cover came at a time where I finally accepted every inch of this body, and where I felt my best self mentally. I have admired women of this iconic issue since I learned of it over ten years ago. They helped shape the way I viewed myself. I feel so honored to be loved and trusted by @mj_day and the rest of the team to be one of the covers for one powerful Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue. This cover is for all the dreamers out there. Work hard, be kind to all around you and own who YOU are. SI SWIMSUIT 2019 COVERGIRL OMG ????
Their relationship developed alongside her burgeoning swimsuit modeling career. A modeling career that she had to fight for in the face of numerous doubters. As The Inquisitr previously reported, long before she appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated, she penned an inspirational Instagram caption that encouraged women to push past the limitations forced on them by others.
She also revealed that she had numerous agents and mentors who told her that she would never walk any runway because of her body type.
Given her amazing success, one wonders what those agents and mentors are saying to themselves now.