Naomi Campbell has conquered just about everything she’s tried. That includes modeling and entertainment. But there is one thing she wants to try that she has not had the chance to so far: motherhood.
The 46-year-old supermodel spoke to the Evening Standard about this while being interviewed about philanthropic work she’s doing with orphans in Kenya. She told the publication that she often thinks about having children. However, she hasn’t made that leap because she isn’t in a relationship. To those who might say that the window is closing to the beauty when it comes to the possibility of giving birth, Campbell doesn’t believe that’s true.
“I think about having children all the time,” she said, “but now, with the way science is, I think I can do it when I want.”
Whenever she does have a kid, Campbell wants to ensure that there will be a man in her life, romantic or otherwise, to help in rearing her child.
“I do want a father figure,” she told the publication. “I think it’s important.”
Just last year Campbell talked to the Sunday Times about the possibility of having kids. Her stance was similar. She said she would like to do it and will do so when she’s ready.
“Well, I’m not saying I won’t have children,” Campbell said in 2016. “I could have children. I just don’t know which way I’ll have children.”
She continued, “But I think I’ll have children, everyone thinks I’ll be a good mother. I’ve always considered it. I’ll just do it when I’m ready. I’m not rushing to anyone’s drumbeat, I’m going to my own.”
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