Natalia Vodianova (June 2011 - November 2011)
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at the beginning this woman told the same story about that poor old man. her children do not speak Russian, although they understand it. They speak English in the family. Then she told that she's dating that Arnault guy.
interview with Nataliya:
she wrote the foreword for the book about a little boy Wanya from an orphan asylum. She was sent the book by
with a message where he thanked her and her mother for not facing away from her handicapped sister Oksana. Because of Oksana's disease Natasha didn't have a normal childhood like other kids. To help her mother she began to sell fruits.
The book opened her eyes, she felt sorry for herself, for her mother, for people who suffer because of the same problem and don't get help that is needed.
She then told that her mother doesn't want to move to Europe or US because she's lucky in her hometown and her sister would have a hard time learning the language and settling in.
She then spoke about the time when she visited Russia with Justin and that he was shocked when he saw the apartment where they used to live. One room apartment for 5 person. She was actually more shocked than Justin, when she realised how they used to live.
The interviewer says that she had to grow up early and now she looks very young, like a kid. Nataliya says it is not a compliment, she actually finds it annoying, because she doesn't want to look like a kid.
When asked if she had a situation where she had to ask for a chance, Nataliya said 'no'.
The interviewer also asked if it's truth that the agency VIVA first didn't see a model in Nataliya. Nataliya said they actually almost begged on bended knees.
Interviewer: "Tom Ford called you the most beautiful woman in the world. But you don't like your hair, waist...what's wrong with them?"
Nataliya: "You know...it's not like I'm not liking them, I've never coloured them, my hair is just very spare...I thought maybe I should color my hair. I'm just not comfortable with this stuff, because I've never done anything with my look. When I have too much make-up on I start getting into panic. I feel better when I'm out in the nature, with horses, when I'm wearing gumboots and long skirts..."
Interviewer: "Would you let your daughter step into modelling business?"
Nataliya: "I know that my daughter is going to be photographed and she's going to be a part of this world, it's unavoidable. So why should I try to stop her. It is a world of art, where you get a sense of taste and learn to love the beauty.
Interviewer: "Are you a strict mother?"
Nataliya: "I have a very good relationship to my children. I can be strict, but I always respect them and try to explain everything."
When I get sad, I stop being sad and be awesome instead. True story.
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