Retiring in style
Gisele Bundchen has one last gift for you.
The now-retired Brazilian supermodel told the Folha de Sao Paolo newspaper on April 11 that her body had "asked to stop".
But Bundchen's not leaving without saying goodbye.
Vogue Brasil shared a stunning picture of the mother of two from its 40th anniversary issue on Instagram on Monday (April 27).
Apart from commemorating the magazine's 40th anniversary, the special issue which features a nude Bundchen on its cover, also celebrates the 34-year-old's 20-year career.
This will serve as a lasting reminder to those who think retirement is the end for the South American beauty.
The Vogue Brasil cover is the latest in a long line of classic covers from Bundchen - here are five others we love.
PHOTO: AMERICAN VOGUE / FASHION TREND DIGEST
One word to describe this cover? Beautiful.
Back in 2000, Hollywood superstar George Clooney had already been named People's Sexiest Man Alive once (a crown he would take again in 2006).
In 2000, the then 20-year-old Bundchen had already started to gain worldwide recognition by modelling for reputable brands such as Dolce and Gabbana, Ralph Lauren and Versace.
Two of the most good-looking people in the world on the same cover, what more could you possibly ask for?
PHOTO: VOGUE BRASIL
2014 was a massive year for Brazil.
All eyes were on the nation that was hosting the 20th FIFA World Cup.
And who better to represent the country than its very own sweetheart and one of the biggest South American footballers of this generation?
Brazil may not have won the tournament but Brazilians can take pride in the fact that they have Bundchen and Neymar.
Wall Street Journal
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There is certainly nothing daft about this cover.
Bundchen and Daft Punk, the French DJs behind Get Lucky and Lose Yourself To Dance, showed the world what it means to be stylish when they posed for the cover of Wall Street Journal's November 2013 issue.
You'd expect the model to look out of place between two helmeted men but she fits in perfectly.
It's a good thing they didn't make her wear a helmet.
PHOTO: AMERICAN VOGUE
Bundchen got to show off her sporty side when she posed alongside superstar LeBron James in 2008.
PHOTO: AMERICAN VOGUE
If only we could all look so good while catching a ball.
On the down side, the cover also made headlines for all the wrong reasons that year.
According to The Telegraph, critics slammed the cover for being racially insensitive.
Marie Claire France
PHOTO: MARIE CLAIRE FRANCE
Why this cover? Because it's simple.
Bundchen may only be wearing a tank top and a pair of jeans but she looks incredible as ever in this Marie Claire France cover.
She is living proof that you don't need fancy outfits or a gorgeous backdrop to look good on the cover of a magazine.
And perhaps that's why she'll be remembered as one of the world's best models.