Kate Upton Strips For Antarctic Photo Shoot In 35 Degrees Below Zero

Kate Upton Strips For Antarctic Photo Shoot In 35 Degrees Below Zero
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Kate Upton has shown that she is an all-season model as Kate braved the cold recently when the curvaceous 20-year-old model stripped down to her swimsuit for an Antarctica photo shoot, where the temperature hit 35 below.

Not a regular place for a model so hot, who we usually see on the warmest beaches around the world.

Kate and a camera crew boarded a private 10-day cruise from Argentina to Antarctica for a super-secret Sports Illustrated cover shoot. The cruise departed November 29th and returned December 9th.

The photos were shot both on the cruise with massive icebergs as a backdrop, as well as on frozen islands off the coast with penguins everywhere.

But not to worry, Kate only stripped down to a bikini for a few minutes at a time and was otherwise wrapped in a fur coat to keep her warm.

Not sure how the overall experience was for Kate, but it is sure to be something she checks off her bucket list.

Andrew Alvez | Elite. 

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