'It's been a dream of mine!' Irina Shayk lands first Italian Vogue cover posing in a Versace LBD with lobster

Ever since she was queened Miss Chelyabinsk 2004 at age 18, Irina Shayk has dreamed of landing her first Italian Vogue cover, which will finally hit newsstands this Tuesday.

'I am beyond excited to reveal our cover!' the Russian 31-year-old - who boasts 17.3M social media followers - wrote.

'[I'm] so [grateful] to everyone who believed in me on this journey, and to the incredibly talented @mertalas & @macpiggott for always bringing out the absolute best in me. Lastly to my agent @alikavoussi for always believing in me no matter what. I love you guys!'

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Table top: Ever since she was queened Miss Chelyabinsk 2004 at age 18, Irina Shayk has dreamed of landing her first Italian Vogue cover, which will finally hit newsstands this Tuesday

Table top: Ever since she was queened Miss Chelyabinsk 2004 at age 18, Irina Shayk has dreamed of landing her first Italian Vogue cover, which will finally hit newsstands this Tuesday

The 5ft10in catwalker had her hair coiffed by Odile Gilbert and her make-up applied by Lisa Eldridge for the Mert and Marcus-shot spread.

The Celebration Issue has two alternative covers featuring Irina's Russian rival Natalia Vodianova as well as the fierce foursome - Joan Smalls, Anja Rubik, Cat Mcneil, and Jamie Bochert.

Shayk (born Shaykhlislamova) and four-time Oscar nominee Bradley Cooper will reportedly 'try for a sibling' for their nine-month-old daughter Lea De Seine 'next year.'

'Both her and Bradley want another baby. They will be trying next year. Irina loves being a mother,' a source told E! News on November 9.  

The Russian 31-year-old wrote: 'I am beyond excited to reveal our cover! '[I'm] so [grateful] to everyone who believed in me on this journey' (pictured October 18)

The Russian 31-year-old wrote: 'I am beyond excited to reveal our cover! '[I'm] so [grateful] to everyone who believed in me on this journey' (pictured October 18)

Which one is best? The Celebration Issue has two alternative covers featuring Irina's Russian rival Natalia Vodianova (L); as well as  (R) Joan Smalls, Anja Rubik, Cat Mcneil, and Jamie Bochert
Which one is best? The Celebration Issue has two alternative covers featuring Irina's Russian rival Natalia Vodianova (L); as well as  (R) Joan Smalls, Anja Rubik, Cat Mcneil, and Jamie Bochert

Which one is best? The Celebration Issue has two alternative covers featuring Irina's Russian rival Natalia Vodianova (L); as well as (R) Joan Smalls, Anja Rubik, Cat Mcneil, and Jamie Bochert

'Irina's mother and Bradley's mother spend a lot of time with them and they help out [with Lea] when Irina and Bradley are busy with work.'

The Philadelphia-born 42-year-old will next reprise his role as Guardians of the Galaxy's genetically-modified raccoon Rocket in Avengers: Infinity War, which hits UK theaters April 27 and US theaters May 4.

Meanwhile, the brunette bombshell has been this week busy modeling for an unknown clothing company in Miami.

'Both her and Bradley want another baby': Shayk (born Shaykhlislamova) and four-time Oscar nominee Bradley Cooper will reportedly 'try for a sibling' for their nine-month-old daughter Lea De Seine 'next year' (pictured July 10)

'Both her and Bradley want another baby': Shayk (born Shaykhlislamova) and four-time Oscar nominee Bradley Cooper will reportedly 'try for a sibling' for their nine-month-old daughter Lea De Seine 'next year' (pictured July 10)

Guardians of the Galaxy! Chris will reprise his role as half-human, half-celestial  leader Peter Quill/Star-Lord in Avengers: Infinity War, which hits UK theaters April 27 and US theaters May 4

Guardians of the Galaxy! The Philadelphia-born 42-year-old will next reprise his role as genetically-modified raccoon Rocket in Avengers: Infinity War, which hits UK theaters April 27 and US theaters May 4

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