A Christmas cracker! Cindy Crawford poses in a Santa hat and crop top as she cuddles Jon Bon Jovi in festive throwback snaps
She has been sharing her holiday spirit with her Instagram followers over the past few days.
And Cindy Crawford posted multiple festive throwback snaps from her appearance on the 1992 Bon Jovi music video Please Come Home For Christmas on Thursday.
The supermodel, 45, posed up a storm in a Santa hat and a skimpy crop top as she cuddled the band's frontman Jon Bon Jovi, 55.
Mrs. Claus? Cindy Crawford posed in a Santa hat and a skimpy crop top as she shared festive throwbacks from 1992 Bon Jovi music video Please Come Home For Christmas on Thursday
The mother-of-two captioned the fun shots: '#TBT Cozying up to @BonJovi for a good cause.
'Fun fact: His "Please Come Home for Christmas" video shot by @HerbRitts helped support @BestBuddies!'
In the first snap, the model was seen giving a smoldering stare to the camera while wearing nothing but a bra.
In the second photo, the two were pictured laying down as Cindy gently caressed Jon's face while laying on top of him.
Not lonely this Christmas: The supermodel, 45, cuddled the band's frontman Jon Bon Jovi, 55, while lying on top of him in one of the snaps
In the music video, the two shared multiple passionate kisses while getting ready for Christmas.
Although Jon and Cindy looked like a picture-perfect couple, the mother-of-two is married to male model turned businessman Rande Gerber.
The pair have been wed for almost 20 years and have two children together, models Presley, 18, and Kaia Gerber, 16.
Now that the catwalk queen has a family of her own, she recently told CR Fashion Book that she tries to keep up with family traditions for the holidays.
The Illinois-born beauty said: 'My family didn’t have any money when I was a kid. We stayed home and we drove to our grandmother’s house for Christmas dinner.
'That was what you did. There was always snow. I moved to New York and married Rande and now we live in L.A.'
Deck the halls! The model mother-of-two made sure to share her Christmas decor with her Instagram followers earlier this week
In real life: Although Jon and Cindy looked like a picture-perfect couple, she has been married to male model turned businessman Rande Gerber for almost 20 years (pictured in September)
Cindy explained that the warm Los Angeles weather is 'strange' to her and has made her change what she likes to do for Christmas.
The brunett beauty said: 'When the kids started school, there were fewer opportunities to travel, so we’d always go away during Christmas.
'Now we have a tradition of starting the whole Christmas thing early because we know we’re leaving.'
Cindy continued: 'We still do stockings on Christmas day and our family will meet us. We try to have some version of a traditional meal although turkey in a bikini feels weird!
'I always make a recipe called Monkey Bread and I try to bring it wherever we are. Our tradition is to always be together.'
A model family: The power couple raise two children together, models Presley, 18, and Kaia Gerber, 16 (pictured in April)
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