Days after admitting she’s only just learned to “understand her face” and is making a conscious effort to take a step back from Instagram, Bella Hadid has revealed the downside of becoming an international supermodel at such a young age.
Having recently become the face of Dior Makeup, the 20-year-old Californian opened up to The Telegraph that she went from “just speaking to her horses and her mother,” to public speaking, walking catwalks and starring in multi-million dollar fashion campaigns in front of millions of people.
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“I feel like I’ve rushed into becoming a woman, so now I just want to be a teenager again,” she said.
Despite a hugely successful modeling career that’s seen her walk for the likes of Miu Miu, Versace and Victoria’s Secret, the New York-based star admitted she has her eyes set on a career in Hollywood one day.
“I’d love to start acting and have more of a voice in the world,” she revealed.
“I need to start taking acting classes and figure out a way to memorize things better because I have a really bad brain. But yes, the Oscar—one day.”
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“I think working this much is going to give me a better platform to do bigger things in the world,” the former Olympic horse riding hopeful recently admitted to InStyle.
Bella’s comments come months after participating in the “No Ban No Wall” march in New York where she opened up about being ‘proud to be Muslim’ for the first time.
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“My dad was a refugee when he first came to America, so it’s actually very close to home for my sister and brother and me,” she told Porter magazine.
Watch this space.
From: Harper’s BAZAAR US