Kate Upton In A WWII P-51 Mustang For A Wrigley Field Flyover Is So Much America I Can’t Contain Myself

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Under normal circumstances in order to fly in a WWII P-51 Mustang over Lake Michigan and Wrigley Field you would need to be an accomplished pilot or the recipient or a Make-A-Wish foundation wish, but these aren’t normal circumstances. When you’re Kate Upton nobody tells you ‘no’, especially not when your boyfriend’s one of the most revered active pitchers in the major leagues (even if he’s been having an off year or two).

So last night she had the opportunity to fly in a WWII P-51 Mustang courtesy of the World War II Museum, and she flew alongside several other WWII P-51 Mustang’s right over Wrigley Field before the interleague matchup between the Cubs and Tigers. The Tigers went on to amass 21 hits and 15 in that game, and it seems like their season just might be rebounding (even without David Price). Here’s Kate Uptongetting to do things normal people like us will never get to experience:

thank you to all those that have served! #veterans #p51mustang #wrigleyfield @WWIImuseum

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And if you’re wondering what else Kate’s been up to recently, based on this photo she’s taken up smoking cigarettes:


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