Patti Davis, the rebel of daughter of former U.S. President, is causing stir once again by posing nude at the age of 58.
The 58-year-old super-fit Patti Davis appeared in More magazine in celebration of having a fit physique she is happy with. However, this is not the first time that Patty Davis is baring it all. Earlier in 1994, she appeared in a steamy nude Playboy shoot when she was 42, double the age of a typical Playmate.
After 16 years, Reagan's fourth child stunned the world once again by posing naked in the glossy pages of the June issue of the More Magazine to prove a fitness regimen works at any age. Along with the snapshot of Patti Davis's bare bottom, the readers can also enjoy her article regarding her transformation from a drugs user teenage in a woman who decided to mold her body only by exercising.
The controversial Patti Davis, who was called "Black sheep" of the family because of many conflicts with her parents, says that she became drug addict at the age of 15 and didn't get over with her addiction until she was in her late twenties. In her interview, Patti Davis told that she wasted her body and her muscles became too thin and barely visible.
In her essay in the upcoming issue of More Magazine, Patti Davis describes the much-criticized Playboy photo shoot as her victory lap and a personal triumph after years of abusing her body and mind through drug addictions.
Patti Davis stated that the inspiration behind her Playboy photo shoot was a nude portrait of bodybuilder Lisa Lyon, which she saw in 1986 while walking into Gold's Gym in Venice. Though, the results of her Playboy shoot were quite impressive for the age of 42, but Patti Davis was little upset about some of her body features.
Besides having conflicts with her conservative parents, Patti Davis has had a turbulent life. Apart from posing nude, Patti Davis also tried her acting talents appearing in episodes of "Fantasy Island" and "The Love Boat".
After ending her relationship withfrom the Eagles, Patti Davis also had a four-year marriage to her yoga instructor. During her father's presidency, Patti Davis also supported abortion and gay rights and vocally opposed nuclear weapons.
Writer Patti Davis also shared in her article, "My body is the house I live in, and I've never stopped trying to make it better". Her father, Ronald Reagan, is the fortieth President of the United States, being at the helm of the country between 1981 and 1989.