Barbara Corcoran, 74, recreates Martha Stewart’s ‘Sports Illustrated swimsuit’ moment in white bathing suit

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“You've Seen Martha Stewart… But Have You Seen Me,” The shark Tank Business Expert wrote on Instagram

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Barbara Corcoran Spending her time in some fun activities.

after the release of Martha Stewartfull of steam Sports Illustrated Swimsuit dissemination, business and shark Tank The 74-year-old star decided to create her own.

A new photo shared on Instagram on Thursday shows Corcoran wearing a V-neck white one-piece bathing suit with what appears to be a makeshift shawl with orange satin fabric draped around her shoulders .

She sits on a lounge chair with her legs crossed, smiling at the camera. The view outside the window she sits in front of is of lush greenery and the buildings of Manhattan.

The next photo in Corcoran's carousel is Stewart's magazine cover, which shows the lifestyle maven in a plunging bathing suit and oversized gold jacket. She is posed against a tropical setting in the Dominican Republic.

“I can't cook, but I sure can swim. @si_swimsuit @marthastewart48Corcoran captioned the photos.

“You've seen Martha Stewart… but have you seen me,” she added on her Instagram Story, tagging the craft connoisseur.

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Barbara Corcoran/Instagram

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Stewart, who at age 81 became the oldest model to grace the magazine's cover page. opened exclusively to the public about the gig. He called a “once in a lifetime” experience that could have come too soon.

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“It should have happened 30 years ago,” she said with a laugh. “That would have been great. It wasn't a goal I set for myself, but once asked, I thought to myself, let's do it!”

“It's important to stand up to challenges, whether they're aesthetic challenges or intellectual challenges, even philanthropic challenges,” he said. “Being able to stand up and do it – for me – is so much fun! And it's accomplishing something that not everyone will accomplish.”

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Rouen Afanador / Sports Illustrated

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Stewart prepared for the big day by maintaining her regular skincare and wellness routine of Pilates, getting facials and abstaining from alcohol, even getting a spray tan for the special .

Another thing she had to do was keep an open mind when it came to wearing a swimsuit (and nothing else, because it was all about showing off her “nice décolleté”).

“I put on all the bathing suits and outfits the night before the shoot and there were so many things to try on,” she said. “You have to throw modesty out the window because they're teasing and pulling and straightening you out – so I had to grin and bear it.”

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