Young women are constantly worried about getting older, but one granny proves that just about anybody can age gracefully if they want to.
Gina Stewart from Australia rose to fame when she nearly won Maxim's Finest Australia contest, where she competed against girls half her age.
Although she didn't gain the fancy title, she was shortly dubbed the "World's Hottest Grandmother."
The mom-of-four told the Daily Mail Australia that she doesn't use Botox or fillers. The only cosmetic surgery she's ever had were breast implants, which she got done 10 years ago.
Stewart has a massive Instagram following of more than 115,000 followers, and she uses the platform to post provocative photos of herself.
She has more than 200 posts stunning the world with her youthful appearance, but one image took things a bit too far...
A fairly recent Instagram post was deleted off the 47-year-old model's page, which showed her completely naked.
Stewart made sure that her long blond hair was covering her nipple, but Instagram still wasn't pleased.
Twitter, on the other hand, has not removed the photo from their platform.
"Yes, Instagram removed it because it said it did not comply with their guidelines. But the guidelines say no nipple, and nipples were not being shown in the picture, so I have asked Instagram to please repost it. It's only a naked side shot and my hair is covering me," she told the news outlet.
As of mid-October, Instagram has still not approved the post, and there may not be a chance that they will.
The "World's Hottest Grandmother" has even more pressing issues on her plate, though.
A 36-year-old kickboxer from the UK, Carrie Hilton, is challenging Stewart's title as the "World's Hottest Grandmother."
For now, she calls herself "UK Glamorous Gran," and has amassed 25,000 followers on Instagram.
Like Stewart, the contender posts provocative photos and considers herself more worthy of the title of the world's hottest granny.
Stewart told the Mail that she thinks Carrie is gorgeous, but that she'll have to "fight" for the title.
That being said, Stewart says she hates all the attention she receives, but hopes that her pictures "inspire women not to rip each other apart."
"Life is too short for judgement. Embrace your age and your curves, it never killed anyone."
Here are five other famous grannies that are good contenders for this unofficial title:
1. Kris Jenner
The mom-of-six has nine grandchildren and doesn't look a day over 30, even though she's 62 years old.
Yes, the reality TV star has had several cosmetic procedures, but that doesn't mean she's not a gorgeous grandma!
2. Tina Knowles
Tina Knowles has four adorable grandkids that take after her!
Beyonce's mom may be 64 years old, but her face doesn't look it! Sure she's had some plastic surgery, but her eyes still have that youthful glow.
She previously said that "living her best life" has helped her age more gracefully. Happiness is key!
3. Goldie Hawn
The Academy Award-winning actress has three kids and a handful of grandkids, and yet she looks like she could be her daughter's (Kate Hudson) sister.
In 2017, the 72-year-old told reporters at her annual Goldie's Love In For Kids event in Beverly Hills, California that her "secret to aging gracefully" isn't much of a secret.
I try to drink my juices. I try to work out every day a little bit. I find moments in the day. I have short meditation spurts during the day, if I don't have a long one in the morning, which sometimes the phone rings and you're off and running, but I do find time to get quiet. I hike. I bike. I try to have as much fun as possible."
4. Suzanne Somers
Believe it or not, the 72-year-old television star is a grandmother of six!
She has been a health advocate for many years, so it makes sense.
A couple years ago, Somers even came out with a book titled "Bombshell: Explosive Medical Secrets That Will Redefine Aging."
5. Jane Fonda
Does time fly or what? Jane Fonda is turning 81 years old this coming December, and she looks amazing!
The grandmother has had several cosmetic surgeries, but she also advocates for the importance of getting a good night's rest.
"Deep sleep is important throughout the life span, but it is essential when we are older," she told Forbes in 2011.
[H/T: Fox News]