Cook concluded her caption with impactful words. "The subject I have been meaning to touch on publicly for years - stop. comparing. me. to. my. mother," she wrote.
Brinkley, 62, defended her youngest daughter on Instagram Wednesday with a video of Sailor to ex-boyfriend John Mellencamp's song "Mean."
"If you're reading this on a smart phone, You are holding a powerful tool in the palm of your hand. It has the power to shape people's lives, self esteem,and confidence. It can make them feel good, or scar them for life," the mother of three wrote in the caption.
"Let's all choose to use this machine to make the world a kinder more beautiful place. Let's choose to create beauty, through mutual respect, compassion and love. Bravo @sailorbrinkleycook sometimes when we we stand up for ourselves, we are standing up for each other. I think we're one post closer to A kinder world," she added.
In June, Brinkley told WHO that Sailor was more than a regular model, she's a role model. "She's really a strong proponent for healthy body image and against any kind of body shaming and all for loving your body and loving your individuality," Christie said. "She really took it to heart and really is very passionate about that whole area of health, wellness and feeling good in your skin."
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