Doing a Playboy shoot earns you no respect, says former nude model

Friday, 7 December 2012 - 12:53am IST | Place: Los Angeles | Agency: Bang Showbiz
Holly Madison, 33, who is expecting her first child, does not want her daughter to pose in the buff for the girlie mag. In fact, she does not want to do it again to show off her post-baby figure either.

Former Playboy naked model Holly Madison does not want her daughter to pose in the nude for the girlie magazine.

The pregnant blonde has stripped off for the men's soft-porn magazine, which is owned by ex-boyfriend Hugh Hefner, but she isn't keen on her child following in her footsteps. "I don't think people are treated with respect in that environment," she said simply.

Madison explained: "I'm from a small town and you grow up seeing people like Jenny McCarthy or Pamela Anderson, who made it big after doing Playboy. You think it's this glamorous thing until you realise how much you are judged for it.

"Luckily kids don't want to be like their parents, so I don't think she'll see anything cool or rebellious about posing for Playboy. I'm down for whatever direction in life she wants to go, but I think she can do better."

Madison, 33, is expecting her first child with boyfriend Pasquale Rotella and is due to give birth in March.

The Holly's World star knows she will have to work hard to regain her stunning figure after the pregnancy, but she will resist any offers from Playboy to show off her post-baby figure when she is back to her best.

In an interview with the new issue of In Touch Weekly magazine, Madison said: "People always do it and they're like, 'Look at how hot I am after I had a baby!' But I'll just get in a bikini; I don't need to show my nipples!

"Having a child on the way changes your perspective. You want to do things that will make them proud of you."

Earlier this week, Madison was hospitalised with severe morning sickness similar to the condition Duchess Catherine — who is expecting her first child with Prince William — was treated for, but she is now back home.


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