Kate Upton Appears in the 2014 Sports Illustrated Bikini Calendar

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Kate Upton has always remained a favourite cover model of Sports Illustrated (SI) Magazine ever since her first rookie appearance in 2010.

Upton has already appeared on the 2012 and 2013 covers of the journal's swimsuit issues:

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She has also appeared in the latest SI issue for the baseball playoff preview with the Upton brothers of the Atlanta Braves:

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Upton has graced the cover of yet another swimsuit issue of the Sports Illustrated Magazine for the 2014 bikini desk calendar. Here's a sneak picture we have obtained from the Twitter account of Mentality Mag. Boys, feast your eyes, and girls, don't go jealous over her. She is just lucky to be blessed with such an amazing figure.

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Upton's beau, Maksim Chmerkovskiy, definitely couldn't be so proud of her girlfriend, who continues to be the envy of many women and the fantasy of many men because of her great, sexy body. Upton has always been rumoured to have a romantic relationship with Chmerkovskiy over the summer, but it has only been in October that the couple finally confirmed the status of their relationship when they were spotted walking hand in hand and getting all sweet and cuddly in New York City.

For guys and girls who want to have a calendar with sexy and gorgeous ladies in bikinis all year long, this product is for you. The other models who are included in the calendar issue are Jessica Perez, Alyssa Miller, Nina Agdal, Natasha Barnard, Chrissy Teigen, Jessica Gomes, Kate Bock, Cintia Dicker, Ariel Meredith, Genevieve Morton and Cristiano Ronaldo's girlfriend, Irina Shayk.

Upton is also featured on the cover and for the month of December. Upton dresses in various two-piece bikinis in different sport-themed milieus. You can grab a copy of the 2014 SI bikini calendar if you want to find out which model corresponds to which month as it has already hit the stores and is selling like hotcakes.

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