The comments section of Valentina Hayek’s first magazine cover was full of messages of support from followers

Take Your Child to Work Day was given a high-fashion twist by Salma Hayek, who posed on the cover of a magazine for the first time with her daughter Valentina Pinault.

Hayek, 55, and Pinault, 14, are featured on the May cover of Vogue México, which includes a basic close-up of the mother-daughter combination looking boldly into the camera. They also posed for a number of magnificent editorial photographs, many of which were in black and white.

Hayek posted a few photographs from the session on Instagram on Wednesday.

“What a wonderful early Mother’s Day gift,” Hayek captioned the photo. “Loving Nico’s (Bustos’) fantastic images and this one-of-a-kind occasion with my Valentina.”


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Messages of support poured in for Hayek in the comments section.

Zoe Saldana and Julianne Moore both used hand-raised emojis in their comments, while fashion queen Linda Evangelista used a bundle of red and pink hearts.

“My baby child!” wrote Blake Lively.

“Beautiful mother and daughter,” said Anthony Hopkins.

“Valentina!” wrote British Vogue editor-in-chief Edward Enninful.

This isn’t the first time Hayek and Pinault have worked together in the fashion industry. Hayek accompanied her daughter to the global premiere of her Marvel film “Eternals” in October 2021, where the two looked stunning in exquisite black clothes.

Vogue México also published two more photographs from the cover shoot, including one of Hayek resting her head on Pinault’s shoulder. The other shot shows the Oscar winner and her daughter standing in a lovely outdoor setting.

“I became a mother extremely late,” Hayek said in Spanish on the site. “I did it because I met the love of my life, who had a steady job, but I was already so desperate to have a daughter that nothing else mattered to me.”


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Pinault also discussed the importance of social media in her life, as well as the socially conscious attitude her generation takes to online presence.

“I don’t think it matters much to my generation or my friends how many likes you have, but to have something to say,” Pinault added in Spanish. “We do not post everything of our lives online; in my case, I want to put stuff on my social media about who I want to be, but the crucial items are also out there.” “What we’re talking about today are issues that everyone wants to address in their own manner, whether it’s the environment, the significance of sexuality, ethnicity, or beauty standards.”

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