The friend confided to People Magazine:
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Even though she's settled down into married life, Brooklyn Decker is still just as supermodel hawt as ever!!!
When she wasn't showing off her bod or posing in the lush tropics, Brooklyn talked about how marrying an athlete has changed her perception of beauty.
"The biggest thing for me about being with Andy is that athletes in general tend to appreciate different things about women’s bodies. They’re not so concerned with how someone looks, more about how strong and healthy they are."
Strong and healthy is always the best! Clearly it's worked for her!
Check out the rest of Brooklyn's spread (below)!
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Showing off her abs in a black Sally LaPointe crop top and blush-colored Marni skirt, the former Sports Illustrated cover girl played hostess at the Gillette's World's Largest Shave and Kiss Event event in New York City.
We'd say 'poor Andy', but we're sure Brooklyn will make-up for it by wearing something even seksier than this.
Enjoy your grand slamming in the bedroom, kids! LOLz!
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Elton John will be having his 20th annual Mylan WTT Smash Hits next week along with longtime friend, Billie Jean King.
The charity event will benefit the Elton John AIDS Foundation and the Pittsburgh AIDS Task Force.
Sir Elton said:
The Sports Illustrated stunner wore a chic peplum Stella McCartney dress complete with sheer accents and very seksi Nicholas Kirkwood heels.
Gorgeous emerald jewels, a trendy top knot and minimal makeup completed Brooklyn's fashionable fundraiser look.
After seeing her in this, there's no doubt in our mind that Andy will be able to keep himself busy during retirement.
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You've had a good run, Andy Roddick.
It's true: Andy didn't win the U.S. Open this year, but he still stuck to what he's been saying all along and has decided to retire from the sport.
He's the only American man who has won a grand slam singles title, but he lost Wednesday in the fourth round of the U.S. Open