'World's hottest grandmother' reveals the secrets to her stunningly youthful looks
When you think of the word grandmother, what comes to your mind? Knitting? Probably. Grey hair? Yep. Always have a pot of candy? Absolutely. What you probably don't think, however, is of Miss Maxim Australia.
Just to be clear, I am in no way ageist. But, if we're being honest, the winners of such competitions tend to be 20-year-old blonde bombshells. However, one grandmother has thrown her name into the hat and it's easy to see why.
Gina Stewart, who is based on the Gold Coast in Australia, is currently in the running to be Miss Maxim Australia and the grandmother has opened up about what she does to keep herself looking so amazing. According to Gina, she never drinks water from a pre-packaged bottle and opts for a BPA-free one.
"I also drink alkaline water only, it's got lots of minerals in it as well," she claimed in a recent video online.
Gina claims that her beauty regime is pretty basic, with her only using two products in order to keep her skin clear and smooth.
"Macro Organics coconut oil is my hair product, my product that I cook with and my moisturiser - $5, all organic, no chemicals," she said.
"Rosehip oil is also my secret weapon, I swear by this, this is anti-ageing. So basically what I do is I cleanse and I put this on my face afterwards – that's my daily routine."
Gina also wears all-natural deodorant, which she says lasts all day.
The grandmother is currently waiting for find out if she will be crowned Miss Maxim Australia, having knocked out girls half her age from the competition.
But, how old is Gina? Well, astonishingly, she is 47-years-old and currently has a 10-month-old granddaughter. Not only this, but Gina is a mom-of-four, with her having two sons and two daughters, aged 27, 25, 23 and four.
It would be easy to look at Gina's youthful looks and assume that she has undergone an extensive amount surgery, however, she claims to have only had one procedure done.
"The only cosmetic procedure I had was my breasts 10 years ago. I don't use Botox or fillers as I believe in ageing gracefully," she told Daily Mail Australia. "But seriously, there's no secret. I think everyone is beautiful. I'm not doing this for attention as I hate it. I'm just trying to make a difference to inspire women not to rip each other apart.
"Life is too short for judgement. Embrace your age and your curves, it never killed anyone."
Gina says that if she wins the competition, she will be giving the money to her friend who recently suffered a stroke.
"I'm only hoping to win to help my best friend of 30 years as she's had a stroke. If I win Maxim, I would be donating to her to help with her recovery," she said.
Speaking about her best features on her Maxim profile, Gina includes: "my sense of humour and how much I care about people, friends and family. Also my laugh."
When speaking about the inspirations behind her appearance, the grandmother said: "People who do what they say they are going to do," she said.
"People who still have the strength to keep going and be positive even after going through hard times. People that never give up really I find the most inspirational."
When asked if she could rule the world for a day what would she do she said: "Make it so that Chocolate, Peanut Butter and Nutella would all have zero calories."
Those are policies that we can all get behind!