Emily and others pay tribute to Raquel with fur biкini posts
The late legend’s classic attire has been reproduced on social media.
Raquel Welch, one of the most iconic sеx symbols in film history, died on February 15 at the age of 82 after battling an unspecified illness,
and as a tribute, several celebrities have recreated or reposted images of themselves with the iconic look that Welch became famous thanks to the film ‘One Million Years B.C.’
Several celebrities have utilised the classic appearance that Welch portrayed in the film as an homage over the years, or recently as a result of her death, and now after her death, they have republished it on their social networks as a tribute.
Supermodel Emily Ratajkowski, who dressed up as Welch’s character in the aforementioned film for a Halloween party in 2018, was one of those celebrities that reposted images in the famed fur biкini.
“I’m obsessed with reference photos, and that image, that poster of her in ‘humanity’s first biкini,’… It’s fantastic. “It’s a little quirky and fun,” Emily explained at the time.
She captioned her picture, “Raquel Welch, One Million BC,” with two images of herself and two of Welch.
Heidi Klum, another supermodel who is a costume master and has been famous for altering herself every Halloween for several years now, also uploaded a photo of herself in a biкini identical to Welch’s. She stole the image from a biкini shot of herself.
That photo was taken from a piece Klum did for GQ in 2002, in which she dressed herself as numerous movie and TV personalities. Klum merely linked to Welch’s Instagram account, @therealraquelwelch, in her original post.
Terese Giudice, star of ‘Real Housewives of New Jersey,’ who was a big fan of the recently dead actress, also joined the homage in her honour. Terese appeared in a picture shoot in 2016 and