Demi Moore's nude pregger mom photo that graced Vanity Fair's cover was actually intended for a private viewing. That was what Demi Moore stated in an interview with Jimmy Fallon on the "Tonight Show." The iconic and revealing photo of Moore pregnant and nude was an image intended for her then-husband Bruce Willis and his family. The photo was shot by famous photographer Annie Leibovitz, a veteran in the photographic scene at that time and was given as a gift to the other members of the family and it took one sentence for the photo to become a 1991 Vanity Fair cover. The first of its kind to ever become a cover photo.
In the interview, the 56-year-old Hollywood actress stated that at that time, she said that,
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"It was one they did for me and the family and I said, 'Wouldn’t it be amazing if they had the courage to put me on the cover?' And they called back and wanted to do it."
This photo of Demi Moore was taken in 1991, while she was pregnant with her first child Rumer Willis. Though other actresses such as Britney Spears and Jessica Simpson followed suit, she is still the progenitor of this empowering photo that shaped the way women looked at themselves while they were pregnant.
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Moore is currently promoting her memoir entitled "Inside Out" on different shows such as The Tonight Show where she told Fallon about the book's contents and the highlights of it all. The memoir concentrates on the actress' healing process after what she's been through. It turns out that the actress was raped when she was 15 years old, and that she heroically saved her mother from dying of an overdose. Inside Out contains a lifetime of her struggles, including her addiction and various traumatic incidents that shaped her to what she is now today.
On the topic of Inside Out, Moore explained that
"To do this and have this be something that’s like fluffy and promoting yourself, all the things that are good, then you’re missing the opportunity. I think a memoir is not about receiving, it's about giving, and unless you’re really willing to go on a journey of exploration of yourself, and share yourself, then there really isn't any point in doing it."
This time, Moore is posing nude for Harper's Bazaar October issue, to which she said that it was an incredible experience. "For them to put an almost 57-year-old-woman on the cover, it's high fashion", she commented.
Now that's an issue to look forward to.