“I’d say the sacrifice is really finding that soul mate who will understand you,” she disclosed to The Cut in an interview published on Monday.
The 51-year-old supermodel added, “It’s really like you feel if they look at you as if you’re strong … you know, I’m strong, but I’m also sensitive. I know that in relationships I have to compromise.”
She also opened up about her career and personal growth, “I don’t have a problem looking at myself in the mirror anymore and facing and owning who I am. And for sure when I was younger, I wasn’t always using it in the right way. It takes growth.”
Recently, the supermodel amazed fans when she welcomed her girl through an Instagram post, “A beautiful little blessing has chosen me to be her mother, So honoured to have this gentle soul in my life there are no words to describe the lifelong bond that I now share with you my angel. There is no greater love,” she inscribed the photograph including her beloved newborn feet.
According to Page Six’s report, in 1993, Naomi was momentarily drawn in to U2’s bassist, Adam Clayton. She was subsequently drawn into Flavio Briatore, a disputable Italian finance manager, yet they split in 2002 following four years together.
Reactions to Naomi Campbell Got Candid Over Her Busy Modelling Career
Good for her, ain’t nothing called soul mate, just another life myth https://t.co/XLfriSrqXY
— Sara Sammour (@sara_sammour) August 30, 2021
Love love love the issue!! And what a stunning cover ❤️— JASMEEN DUGAL (@jasmeenGdugal) August 30, 2021
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