Naomi Campbell, 49, has revealed that she’s in no rush to settle down and have children.
In a new interview with WSJ. Magazine, the supermodel opened up about the subject of parenthood, claiming she views herself as a mother figure to the children who cross her path via her philanthropic work.
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When asked by the publication about any potential plans to have children, she responded;
Not yet – I’ll see what the universe brings me.
For now, what the universe has delivered is very much in the spirit of a ‘chosen family’.
Included in that ‘chosen family’ is South Sudanese model Adut Akech, who Naomi has taken under her wing.
Motherhood may not be in the supermodel’s immediate plans, and she’s in no great rush to settle down romantically either because she also revealed to the magazine that she’s perfectly happy being single.
Commenting on her dating life, the British model said;
For me, privacy is important to know each other, and I always worry that my job will not allow that.
Recalling a piece of advice given to her by actor, Robert De Niro, Naomi said;
Being alone doesn’t mean you are lonely. I don’t have time to be bored, and I don’t have time to be lonely.
See pictures from the interview below;
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