At the cover shoot for Good Housekeeping Magazine’s July 2012 issue, Tweetie de Leon-Gonzalez proved why she's been a mainstay in the entertainment industry for over 30 years.

Despite having a bad case of the flu that day, she still arrived on time for the shoot and even brought pieces from her handcrafted jewelry line, TDLG, which she donned for some layouts. Tweetie was a breeze to work with, and she neither let her hacking cough nor her busy schedule get in the way of doing her job. The camera loved her lithe figure, delicate features, and trademark glowing tan—she may be 45, but she can sure give her younger colleagues in the modeling industry a run for their money!


Check out the gallery below to see behind-the-scenes photos from the shoot!


To learn more about how Tweetie juggles her different responsibilities and why she’s loving life at 45, grab a copy of Good Housekeeping Magazine’s July 2012 issue, out on stands now! You can also subscribe to the magazine's digital edition.

Also in this issue:
Goodbye, Kalat!
8 Easy and Healthy Recipes
“Our helper keeps texting!” and Other Household Help Dilemmas, Solved

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(Photos by Mike Dee)

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