A plus-sized Sports Illustrated cover? Ya, right.

Remember the super sexy Sports Illustrated 50th anniversary cover? Here's the plus-sized version.

Plus size model Robyn Lawley has a huge fan base all over the world (and here at Women24. She's our other imaginary BFF, other than JLaw, of course.)

Robyn has spoken out against the size-zero modelling industry, appeared on the cover of Vogue, was the first "bigger" girl to model for Ralph Lauren, and has even created her own plus-size swimwear range because, according to the Australian beauty, she could never find swimwear in her size.

And there are millions of women just like her.

That's why the plus-size version of the 50th edition Sports Illustrated cover, done by Swimsuits For All (a plus-size swimwear site) is such a winner.

Robyn and other plus-size models and bloggers including Jada Sezer, Shareefa J and fashion blogger Gabi Gregg appear in the pic, and prove why size zero shouldn't be the ideal.

Here's the original cover, which appeared in February 2014 and showcases the beautiful models (that we're used to seeing) Chrissy Teigen, Lily Aldridge and Nina Agdal.


Image: E!Online

And here's the "bigger" version, with models that we definitely don't see enough of.


Image: Swimsuitsforall.com

Isn't it refreshing that there's room for both? We think so!

Have a look at the behind the scenes video and hear what the models have to say.

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