The pictures are impressive, aren’t they?
Hanover – Yeliz Koc (28) has already shown a lot of herself when she participated in German reality TV. In “The Bachelor”, in “Summer House of the Stars” or most recently in “Kampf der Realitystars” she doesn’t mince her words and doesn’t hide her opinions and secondly she’s also occasionally in sexy outfits or bikinis see.
The latest pictures of the TV personality leave nothing to the imagination. Her little daughter Snow Elanie was born in October last year, and Yeliz has it with actor Jimi Blue Ochsenknecht (30). The couple separated before the birth and initially got involved in a public war of roses for a short time, but has now pulled together for their daughter. Also, both Yeliz and Jimi are newly taken and happy again.
Yeliz Koc drops all covers for Playboy
After the birth, Yeliz took another important step. The 28-year-old stripped naked for Playboy just weeks after giving birth — and for a reason. Despite stretch marks and pounds, she wanted to set an example for body positivity by presenting her post-baby body, which she loves just as much as her slim bikini figure. In June she will be on the cover of the magazine with these pictures. In the cover interview, she said of her motives: “Yes, I want to make a statement. For not feeling ashamed of your body after being pregnant and giving birth.”
Yeliz also spoke about issues such as equality and prejudice, which are particularly important to her as the daughter of a Turkish father. By the way: Dad didn’t know anything about the shoot with Playboy beforehand, as Yeliz revealed in an interview with bild.de.
“No matter what nationality you have, what country you come from – you should just do what you feel like, achieve your dreams and goals. You shouldn’t be banned from doing something just because other people don’t like it. Of course there are always people who criticize me. Especially the Turkish side. I already get bad news when I post a bikini photo or have a German friend. Hence the statement. I can make my own rules and set my limits. I’m proud that I did it and that I showed that courage.”