Rob Gronkowski's Girlfriend Stuns In Short Skirt During Photo Shoot
Rob Gronkowski announced his retirement from the NFL last week and he seems to be enjoying it so far. While there’s always a chance he might come back, he’d probably be better off exploring other avenues so he doesn’t damage his body too much. Not to mention, he has a pretty hot girlfriend waiting for him at home in Camille Kostek. The two have been dating for a while now and can be seen posting vacation pictures together. There’s no question that Rob is a lucky guy when it comes to his girl.
Kostek is actually a model and can be seen doing some pretty provocative shoots from time to time. Her latest photoshoot is actually a recreation of the “Morning Ritual” scene from The Wolf Of Wall Street in which Margot Robbie seduces Leonardo DiCaprio. Camille channels Robbie’s look as she wears a pink dress with a short skirt and some stilettos. Kostek posted some footage of the photo shoot on her Instagram where she even sounds like Robbie’s character from the movie.
It’s unclear as to what the photo shoot is for exactly, although Kostek did make sure to let her fans know that it’s coming soon.
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