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Kate Upton sparkles in a sheer sequin skirt and white overcoat while heading to the CBS Morning Show in New York City… after her Sports Illustrated cover reveal

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Kate Upton cut a stylish figure while arriving on the set of the CBS Morning Show in New York City on Tuesday.

The 31-year-old – who recently showed off their supermodel physique and flexibility with Candice Swanepoel – made heads turn in a plunging blush toned blouse and glittering see through skirt that showed off her long legs.

She threw a white coat over her shoulders that matched her textured white purse as she strutted her stuff.

Her blonde locks were let loose and parted down the middle while she let out a light smile. 

The swimsuit model opted for a full face of glam that made her red pout and rosy cheeks pop. 

Kate Upton cut a stylish figure while arriving on the set of the CBS Morning Show in New York City on Tuesday

The 31-year-old made heads turn in a plunging blush toned blouse and glittering see through skirt that showed off her long legs

The 31-year-old made heads turn in a plunging blush toned blouse and glittering see through skirt that showed off her long legs

The blonde beauty rocked a classy pair or brown heels while flashing her wedding ring to the camera. 

She accessorized with a pair of dainty silver earrings and dark sunglasses. 

The veteran model arrived on the set of the news station to open up about being selected to grace one of Sports Illustrated’s 60th anniversary covers which include seven special edition issues.. 

CBS’s Gayle King, Hunter McGrady and Chrissy Teigen were among the other candidates selected for the special sizzling swimsuit shoot.

Kate looked flawless in a red and pink Normaillot bikini as she stood with her arms above her head.

‘It’s about being confident in your body no matter what you look like. Your voice matters. You can empower yourself by being confident,’ she added during an appearance on the show this morning.

‘It looks so good,’ she told CBS host Nate Burleson when first taking a look at the finished cover. ‘It never gets old, [Sports Illustrated] always finds a way to surprise me.’

The mum-of-one went on to say that after having six covers with the magazine, she feels it was the best decision for her.  

‘It completely changed my career,’ she said of landing her first cover. ‘It was a dream of mine. Sports Illustrated is the only magazine that puts your name next to your photo.’

She threw a white coat over her shoulders that matched her textured white purse as she strutted her stuff

She threw a white coat over her shoulders that matched her textured white purse as she strutted her stuff

Her blonde locks were let loose and parted down the middle while she let out a light smile

Her blonde locks were let loose and parted down the middle while she let out a light smile

Upton reposted the reveal to her Instagram, writing, ‘Thrilled to be back with my SI family! @yutsai88 , @mj_day and the entire SI team truly feel like family. So grateful to share this incredible journey with all of you!’

SI Swimsuit editor in chief MJ Day explained on CBS Mornings, ‘Listen, there’s a lot of swimsuit photos in this issue.

‘We’re not short on swimsuits but I like the idea of having all these women come together in a way that was different for us.

‘I want the world to realize that Sports illustrated has evolved into such a far more wide-reaching powerful vehicle of change.’

MJ added in a statement that she wanted to go all out for this year’s covers since it’s the magazine’s 60th anniversary.

CBS's Gayle King, Hunter McGrady and Chrissy Teigen were among the other candidates selected for the special sizzling swimsuit shoo

CBS’s Gayle King, Hunter McGrady and Chrissy Teigen were among the other candidates selected for the special sizzling swimsuit shoo

Kate was joined by fellow model Hunter McGrady for the reveal of their covers

Kate was joined by fellow model Hunter McGrady for the reveal of their covers

‘A 60th anniversary is a big deal. It might not be recognized as lavishly as the number that 50 is, but we felt we should wholeheartedly celebrate 60, too, for a simple reason: because the journey we’ve been on for the past 10 years is something we humbly consider to be revolutionary,’ she explained.

‘We have shattered stereotypes. We have embraced diversity. We have championed inclusivity.

‘With each passing year, we have challenged ourselves to push boundaries and redefine what it means to be Sports Illustrated Swimsuit.’

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