Upton says that having her first child, Genevieve, with Houston Astros' superstar pitcher Justin Verlander, in 2018 inspired her to step off the sidelines. "For years and years, I read the headlines, but it scared me, so I pushed it away," she admits. Now, as a parent, she feels ever more intimately connected to the earth and compelled to help protect it for future generations.
For the former Sports Illustrated model, her new role as Canada Goose Sale climate activist was primarily inspired by another life - changing moment: entering motherhood. She and Verlander welcomed their daughter Genevieve in November 2018. "Becoming a mother has changed me in every aspect of my life, so I definitely see it changing which projects I'm involved with in the future," she said.
The model is no stranger to using her platform for a good cause. In the past, she and husband Justin Verlander, a pitcher for the Houston Astros, have hosted dog - adoption events to provide service dogs to military veterans. She also runs the Strong4Me fitness program, an app - based initiative encouraging female empowerment and wellness.
4. The sight of clouds reflected in the glassy surface of a lake. In order for more people outside of the original clusters to adopt this coat, there were 2 things Canada Goose needed to do: increase the number of people wearing the parka outside of Europe and improve the quality of the parka.
I LOVE my jacket. It has lasted me four strong years, and it looks as good as new. She also runs the Strong4Me fitness program, an app - based initiative encouraging female empowerment and wellness. www.canadagoosesaler.com