Brazilian Supermodel Gisele Bündchen has made a stunning return to the runway at the Rio Olympics opening ceremony in her last-ever catwalk appearance.
Bündchen, 36, was born in rural Brazil and started her modelling career in Sao Paolo before moving to New York where she became one of the world's most successful and well known supermodels.
She triumphantly returned to the catwalk on Friday local time for the Olympic Games that are taking place in her home country of Brazil.
She made a dazzling appearance early in the ceremony, strutting across the lit-up floor of the Maracana Stadium in a metallic silver high-slit dress, accompanied by the iconic song The Girl From Ipanema.
Earlier this week, Bündchen told People Magazine that she was feeling nervous about strutting her stuff in front of a global audience of billions.
"This is for sure the longest runway I have ever walked in my life and by far with the most amount of people watching, so it is a little nerve-wracking I must say," Bündchen told People.
"This is a very special moment for my country and I am humbled that they invited me to be a part of such a special celebration."
Despite her worldwide fame, she reportedly remains very deep connected to Brazil where she runs a number of businesses.