Kaia Gerber is dancing for joy because she finally got her restricting cast removed following an accident that left the supermodel with a broken arm. The 18-year-old daughter of Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber took to Instagram on Thursday to reveal the big news:
“got my elbow back!” Kaia captioned a photo of herself holding the cast above her head, which had covered a significant part of her arm and left her without range of motion for the past two weeks.
Replacing Kaia’s immobilizing hard cast, it appears she know has a neon green cast that is cut just below her elbow, allowing the model a greater range of movement than before. The last couple of weeks had been tough, but Kaia kept a positive attitude while dealing with the restrictions.
Kaia was in a carefree mood after getting her elbow back and showed fans an all-white outfit with an unbuttoned shirt and matching pants that accented her new cast perfectly. She also made sure to wear a facemask while venturing out in public amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Fans were delighted that Kaia had her cast removed, as the news of her broken arm became a headline news story. While healing, the model shared how the cast had impacted her life and made simple tasks, like putting on perfume, near impossible.
It’s still unclear how exactly Kaia broke her arm, and only revealed to fans that she had an “accident.”
And while most are just happy she’s healing up, some people want their own keepsakes of Kaia’s little accident, like “13 Reasons Why” star Ben Flynn who asked, “How much for the cast?”
Breaking bones and breaking hearts, as Kaia also debuted in a new music video directed by Cara Delevingne and co-starring Gregg Sulkin.
Rainsford’s “Crying In The Mirror,” depicts an emotional breakup that also reveals some hot and heavy scenes between Kaia and Sulkin.
“don’t be fooled by the river of tears, we had so much fun filming this video,” Kaia told fans while promoting the video.
She added that Sulkin, “took the constant crying like a champ.”
The video has been viewed over 90,000 times since premiering on May 22.