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Kate Upton’s First Instagram Post In 2 Months (Photos)

Kate Upton’s First Instagram Post In 2 Months (Photos)

Former Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model Kate Upton rose to prominence in no small part due to her social media popularity. Everything from her cover photos to her dances to her paparazzi snaps went viral instantaneously.

Once Upton achieved a certain amount of success, however, that social media frenzy over her was no longer as essential. As a result, for the final two months of 2020, she opted to take a little break.

This week, Upton re-emerged on Instagram with an explanation.

“Happy New Year,” she wrote.

“During 2020 I took a break from social media to focus on health, family and reduced screen time (hello social dilemma!) We made the most of our time at home as a family by spending true, quality time together… we took a few safe, socially distanced trips and also I was able to refocus on passions like horseback riding!

“I’m excited to jump back in recharged and ready to share some exciting projects in the works and some of the things that we’ve been up to. Of course, we are still taking the gravity of COVID extremely seriously during these recent spikes and scares…. but basically I’m saying, here I am back on Instagram! Hello 2021!”

 

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Between her notoriety among fans and the fact that she is married to Houston Astros star Justin Verlander, Upton will always be someone the sports community follows.

Although Camille Kostek has made a valiant effort to fill her shoes on Halloween and other special occasions, it just doesn’t strike the same chord as Upton did.

Because of that, it’s cool to know that she is back on social media and someone whose life can be followed once more.

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Carlos Garcia

A longtime sports reporter, Carlos Garcia has written about some of the biggest and most notable athletic events of the last 5 years. He has been credentialed to cover MLS, NBA and MLB games all over the United States. His work has been published on Fox Sports, Bleacher Report, AOL and the Washington Post.

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