On being criticized when she lost weight:
That’s already happened to me. They shame you for it. Same thing happened with Miranda Lambert—I had dinner with her and we were talking about that. She was like, “Should I gain? Should I lose?” But no one actually cares about your health. They just care about aesthetics. It’s when I’m fat that I’m happy.
On how gaining weight means she is happy:
People think, Oh, there’s something wrong with her. She’s putting on weight. I’m like, “Oh, no! I’m sorry, but that represents happiness in my emotional world. For me, when I’m skinny is usually when I’m not doing well. The pressure of being skinny hasn’t got to me, maybe the pressure of being a boss of the machine and to keep going and going. I would just load myself with antibiotics and steroids and b12 shots.
On concentrating on her own health and happiness:
Sometimes it takes a bit of wisdom to learn that oxygen mask mentality, take care of yourself first then others. If you gauge your life on what other people think, you’re going to be in a constant state of panic trying to please everyone. People should just concentrate on their own lives and their own health and their own happiness, and whatever that looks like for you, be happy with it.
… says Kelly in Redbook magazine.
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On her biggest insecurity:
“I used to have a complex about being short. Now I love that I’m 5’2. I’m strong, and that feels really good to me.”
On being confident:
“I believe we are all innately confident, but we lose touch with ourselves and let other people’s opinions and thoughts get louder than our own. It’s important to stay true to ourselves and find that confidence we had as kids. Know that your own opinion about yourself matters more than anybody else’s. Keep turning up the volume on your own voice, and don’t let other people’s voices get louder.”
… says Emma in Shape Magazine.
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On her low-maintenance beauty routine and not opting for Botox:
Oh my God. I barely have time to bathe. I use great creams and try to shave my legs when I remember.
On maintaining a slim figure at age 59:
I love to exercise and work out, which I think is the key to good health. And of course I eat healthily. I dance, do yoga, pilates, swim, play with my kids, ride horses, go to the beach, whatever it is going on – I like to move. I don’t do classes or anything, just whatever it is in front of me.
… says Sharon in Haute Living.
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On being more than a model:
I want to be the person who always uses my platform to share what I’m passionate about, but it’s also scary and something I’ve learned to be cautious about.
On having an all-American girl look:
When I started working in fashion, it was like, “Gigi, the all-American.” I was very much that “girl next door, but if you read my interviews, I always talk about my parents’ cultural backgrounds.
… says Gigi, who has been named one of Glamour’s ‘Women Of The Year’.
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‘Wonder Woman’ Gal Gadot shows off her enviable pair of legs and big smile in the newest issue of Glamour Magazine, where the 32 year-old mom-of-two stunner wears black leotards and cleavagey silver ensembles.
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