Charlotte McKinney was born on August 6, 1993. When she was 17, she dropped out of high school and went on to pursue a career in modeling. While starting, she found it hard to find success in landing a modeling contract with agencies. She decided to create her modeling profile on Instagram instead. This is how she got noticed in the beginning. She was then profiled by Esquire after this. Due to her success via social media, she landed high-profile modeling gigs such as campaigns with Guess.
She subsequently signed with Wilhelmina Models. She gained wider recognition after starring in the Carl’s Jr.’s All Natural Burger commercial. It was shown in the Super Bowl XLIX, but the ad soon became viral. She soon ventured into acting. Her debut was in the direct-to-video movie Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser in 2015. Her first appearance on the big screen was in The Late Bloomer. This year, she had roles in the films Mad Families, Literally, Right Before Aaron, and Baywatch. She also competed in the season 20 of Dancing with the Stars where she and her professional partner were the second to be eliminated.
Has Charlotte McKinney had Plastic Surgery?
The 24-year-old actress found her success as a model. This led her to start an acting career as well. Due to her voluptuous figure and prominent chest, she’s been suspected of undergoing breast implants. But the model-actress’ breasts are actually natural and she even said she’s considering of having a breast reduction surgery. In an interview, she said: “I was just growing these large breasts at such a young age, not really knowing what to do with them or how to wear them. So it was definitely awkward.”
She’s also aware that her breasts are her prominent trait, saying: “I had them at 14 years old. So they are definitely not enhanced; they are real. I kind of just always had them.” When asked if she would consider reduction when she gets older, she answered: “I’ve been thinking about it. They’ve definitely gotten smaller from my diet and over time. So I can see myself getting a reduction or a lift in the future.”