Hunter McGrady poses with mom and sister in 'empowering' swimsuit photoshoot

·Lifestyle Editor
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Hunter McGrady's latest photoshoot features her mother and sister. (Image via Getty Images)
Hunter McGrady's latest photoshoot features her mother and sister. (Image via Getty Images)

Hunter McGrady's latest photoshoot might be her most personal to date.

Over the weekend, the 29-year-old model took to Instagram to share new photos from Summersalt's body positive swimwear campaign, "Every Body is a Summersalt Body." McGrady's latest post features photos of the star posing with her sister Michaela and mom Brynja in coordinating looks from the size-inclusive swimwear brand.

"The most special shoot I’ve ever done in my career," McGrady said of the photos. "To do this alongside the two women who I have modelled my life after and the woman who raised us to be body confident was nothing less than beautiful and emotional."

"Thank you @summersalt for telling our stories, and not only accepting us exactly as we are but celebrating it," she continued.

Fans couldn't get enough of the family affair, and praised the McGrady trio for their "stunning" photoshoot.

"Three natural beauties," one follower wrote.

"This is EVERYTHING!" another said. "Strong beautiful divine lineage!"

"Beautiful, empowering and inspiring ladies!" a follower echoed.

"Y’all are gorgeous! I live on the beach and I’m so self conscious," a fan told McGrady. "It subtracts from my time, day, life, etc. Thanks for this and all that you do."

"Thank you for being incredible roles models for the every day girl," another follower said.

McGrady's latest photoshoot is just one example of the star's mission to normalize women of all shapes and sizes in fashion.

Earlier this year, the model spoke to Yahoo Canada about posing for SI:Swimsuit for the fifth time, months after giving birth to her first child.

"I felt like I came into myself a little bit and I was just so excited to do it,” she said. "Not only for me, but for moms out there who may be a first time mom or may be postpartum, or maybe they had a kid 30 years ago. [I want them to see that] they can get out there too and feel good in their body and know that they really did something so wonderful.”

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