In June last year, 30-year-old Rosie Huntington-Whiteley for the first time became a mother, giving birth to son Jack. Now model gradually returned to work, appearing at social events and posing for glossy magazines.
Arabian Harper’s Bazaar dedicated to British supermodel the cover of the latest issue and a luxurious photo shoot. But in an interview Rosie gave to the publication, journalists asked her about motherhood and not only.
Raising a son:
I like the book of Chimamanda Ngozi of Adichi called “We should all be feminists” (We Should All Be Feminists). I’ve seen the author’s speech seemed to me very inspiring. We are talking about the education of girls and boys with the same values, communication and respect. So they brought me and all the people I love. These values I cultivate. In life it is impossible to wear only one hat. Anyway, to me it is. I was lucky enough to succeed in work and still continue to enjoy it.
About growing up without social networks:
I’m really glad I grew up without social networks. The teenage years were wild and doing their own thing, not thinking about social media and the paparazzi. There was a time of freedom. Now everything is photographed, and I find it funny to see a ten-year girl, who knows how to pose.
On advice to young models:
Do not go on the compromise! This is your career! Unfortunately, when women are, they find it difficult. When they have their own opinion, they are called difficult to work with. And when they are strong and show toughness, being labeled bitches. All this is disappointing. I know that men don’t understand it. If they show stiffness, they are considered good businessmen. There is a feeling that you can’t be feminine and tough at the same time. Perhaps this is sexism.
Photos shared blogger Tanushka28.