Cheryl Tiegs Health, Fitness, Height, Weight, Bust, Waist, and Hip Size

Cheryl Tiegs - CelebHealthy_comAmerican model, actress, designer, author, philanthropist, and businesswoman Cheryl Rae Tiegs was born on September 25, 1947 in Breckenridge, Minnesota. She is the daughter of Phyllis and Theodore Tiegs. She was 17 years old when she started to get prominent as a model after she was discovered by the Glamour editorial staff. She modeled for covers of Seventeen as well as in Elle, Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar. She even made herself more prominent when she was regarded as the first model who was highlighted twice on the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. Eventually, she was able to work with professional photographer Peter Beard and went to Kenya for a photographic expedition. Meanwhile, she is not only known as a model but she’s also a philanthropist. She is actively participating on the Board of Directors of C.O.A.C.H. for Kids and the Earth Conservation Corps.

Apart from being a workout enthusiast, Cheryl also takes care of her body through healthy and balanced diet. Now what’s her diet like? According to her, “My diet is all relative, and I’m really only strict about it for about two to ten days each month. But it’s not about depriving yourself of the things you want, it’s about portions and knowing what you’re buying at the supermarket.”

In particular, she chooses to eat foods that are with lowest fat contents possible. “I pretty much buy whatever I feel like eating but get the lowest fat option,” she explained. “So lets say I want some steak, I go out and get the leanest portion of red meat which is filet mignon. Everyone thinks they need to stay away from red meat, but as long as you’re buying filet mignon I really don’t see why you should! I love putting it on skewers with lots of vegetables – it just makes it that much more fun to eat.”

Body Measurement (2014 – Age 67)

Height: 177 cm | 5 feet, 10 Inches
Weight: (not known)
Bra/Bust Size: 12C | 34C
Waist Size: (not known)
Hip Size: (not known)

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