Martha Hunt has a medium shoe size. Below is all you want to know about Martha Hunt’s body measurements and other interesting facts!
Martha was born in Wilson, North Carolina. She started with runway modelling in 2007 and walked for many famous brands. But her career accelerated in 2013, when Hunt become Victoria’s Secret model. And this company chooses their models really carefully. Martha has perfect measurements and isn’t afraid to show it. In May 2014, she posed for Marie Claire. This magazine has mostly female readers but photograph David Bellereme didn’t hesitate to let Martha posed not only in see through dress but also completely naked on a beach, partially covered by blanket, but still exposed from waist up. This photo shoot is great proof of Martha’s great shape. Shows her flat toned stomach and small but firm breasts.
Body Measurements Table
All body measurements including for example shoe size, height and weight.
|178 cm, 5’10” (feet & inches)
|55 kg, 121 pounds
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"I was excited to come to Australia to shoot for Seafolly because I've been wanting to visit since I was young. There wasn't much time to explore because we were so busy, which happens often during shoots. We had to take a boat to the Whitsunday Islands every day to get to the locations, which was a great way to start the day."Martha Hunt
"It's great to have girlfriends who are in the industry, that you know have your back."Martha Hunt
"I try to keep it in a very low impact - I have scoliosis, so exercises can be really hard on my back, whether it's too much running, jumping or boxing. I'll do those things once in a while, but I keep it mostly Pilates, resistance-band based, softer exercises that build strength from inside the muscle."Martha Hunt
"I think sometimes less is more. I don't think it helps to overdo exercising - I think you need to do it to keep your body healthy and fit, but there is a fine line between, you know, healthy and obsession. You have to build your foundation first. Your brain has to sort of connect to your body."Martha Hunt
"I think workout clothes should be fun! I definitely don't think I have to wear all black to work out. I would say I am more minimal in my personal style... but my workout style, anything goes."Martha Hunt