David Hasselhoff’s daughter struts for Miami Swim Week and people have a lot to say

Hayley Hasselhoff, the daughter of film legend David Hasselhoff, walked the runway on Sunday for Miami Swim Week, and it sparked a wave of social media comments.

The Cupshe x Tabria Majors show featured Hasselhoff as a face for the inclusive swimwear line, creating beach-ready outfits for bodies of all sizes. She strutted down the runway in a neon pink and blue tankini with high-waisted bottoms, and in another pass, showed off a black mess one-piece with a matching cover-up.

A slicked-back high ponytail and glowy face rounded out the look for an aesthetic that is perfectly reminiscent of the beach.

(Photos by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Cupshe)

However, many people were caught up on Hasselhoff’s weight, which she has previously discussed.

“My relationship with my body has always stemmed from my relationship with my mental wellbeing,” she said in an Instagram post. “I feel empowered to be able to wake up and know that I get to live unapologetically myself. I hope to inspire women to face their fears of the unknown and to lead a life of purpose in which your body does not define you.”

“If there is one thing I would tell my younger self it would be that you are worthy just as you are,” the model continued. “Now, more than ever, we should be grounded in the exploration of self and feel encouraged to celebrate ourselves in ways that feel most authentic. I can only hope this cover will allow women to know that they are loved, valued and desired just as they are – right here, right now.”

Hasselhoff had told Fox News Digital in 2015 that the plus-size modeling industry hadn’t received as much attention as standard modeling, but it was on its way into the public eye.

“Like with anything that society doesn’t really understand, it’s tricky,” she noted. “In the modeling world, plus-size usually starts at a size 8 and goes up to a size 18. In society, you would think plus-size would be a 14 to 24, and rightfully so, because that’s what you were taught to believe. The plus-size modeling industry is still a part of the fashion industry, and it’s still a cutthroat industry. It’s one that’s been around for years. It’s just one that hasn’t been as publicized.”

Still, in 2022 she has drawn a mix of comments from social media users:


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