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In rare comments since the arrival of her child in May, Naomi Campbell has spoken about her experience with becoming a mother.
The 52 year old supermodel sat down for a chat with BBC HardTalk on Thursday, where she shared how “lucky” she has been in the first few months of motherhood.
She said: "I'm really lucky, I think have a dream child.
“She's wonderful. She's very independent already, very smart, alert, sleeps 12 hours. She's a good girl”
Naomi was asked if she planned on instilling values of strong independent womanhood in her daughter, with the star saying: “Absolutely. Right down to the hygiene part.”
Naomi announced the arrival of her daughter in May via Instagram where she posted a snap of the newborn's little feet.
She captioned the picture: “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.”
It’s also been rumoured that Naomi has a partner in America helping to raise the child, with an insider telling The Sun: "She has been living in America with her boyfriend and is really happy. It finally felt like the perfect time to become a mother and she is over the moon.”
As the mystery partner remains unknown, Naomi said in an interview with The Cut that she’s “not out here on my own”, adding: “It's simple, and it's small. To be with your loved ones who just want to enjoy the quality time.
“When I reach out to people, and I need help and understanding and guidance, it's important for me to remember to say 'Thank you.' You never know when you may need that person to help you again or guide you.”
Naomi was recently appointed as the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust Platinum Jubilee Global Ambassador but said that she wasn’t going to discuss the reported Royal feud between Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and the Royal Family, sharing just a small piece of her own feelings on the matter.
She said in her BBC HardTalk interview: “This was what I said to my friends in the room when I was watching it, and this is what I'm going to say now.
“It was sad for me knowing Princess Diana to see that her two boys were not on good terms.
“As a mother, that's the last thing you want to happen to your boys. She's no longer here. That's her legacy, her two boys. You don't want to see that happen.”
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