Paulina Gretzky, the daughter of The Great One himself, will don the new cover of Maxim Magazine.
Don't let anyone ever tell you that selfies and rampant Instagram posts are a bad thing, because they just may help you land the cover of a national men's magazine.
Of course, being Wayne Gretzky's daughter doesn't hurt.
Thankfully, you don't have to waste the energy to click around or head to a newsstand (they still have those?) to see the cover.
Gretzky did what she does best and posted this wonderful image to her Instagram feed.
If you look closely, you can almost see a yellow car in the background, or so I am told.
Maxim Magazine proudly puffed out their online chest, brushed off their virtual shoulders and posted this tweet, bragging about nabbing the lovely lady.
Brother Trevor is all about his sister's accomplishment.
For those who enjoy pictures of yellow cars or those who fancy attractive females, take a gander at more pictures at the magazine's official page.
While the entire interview will come out with the December issue, she did divulge some rather whimsical quotes for the time being.
Some people gave me such a hard time for posting all these swimsuit pics on Twitter. I'm sorry; I'm not posting pictures when I'm reading a book.
I don't take the time to think, OK, should I post the photo that has my boobs in it or the one where I'm in a turtleneck?
If you recall, her father, who used to be something of a hockey player, had issues with her incessant need to flaunt skin in social media circles, or so the rumors hinted.
In a January Flare Magazine interview, she offered that it was her idea to just get away from social media for a while. "It had nothing to do with my dad telling me what to do. So, my dad asking me to turn it off—that is absolute BS."
If Gretzky is indeed supportive, he must be beaming at his daughter winning the cover of a major publication. At the very least, her fiancee, golfer Dustin Johnson, has bragging rights around the tour.
I will resist the temptation to say something childish like, "December is looking hot," because that would be immature.
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