Annie Leibovitz’s shot of Demi Moore seven months pregnant and baring all for the August 1991 issue of Vanity Fair was the first of its kind and sparked the sexy mommy movement. But, according to Moore, that now infamous photograph of the then-pregnant 28-year-old wasn’t supposed to be on the cover of the magazine at all. "Annie had photographed me pregnant with all three (daughters). The shot that ended up being on the cover of Vanity Fair wasn't even done for the magazine. It was just for me and our family,” Moore told V Magazine. The cover quickly became controversial—some copies were wrapped in paper as if the photo wasn’t appropriate for newsstands. Since its debut nearly two decades ago, dozens of magazines have copied the pose.