I don't think a name defines the core of who you are.
Not just in modeling, but in society, there's so much pressure about what a woman should be, and, of course, it's just so unobtainable. You can never become that thing, because it's such a projection.
I'd love to have tea and scones with the Queen; she's my idol.
Well, I suppose I've never really had a lifestyle that needs upkeep. I don't get cabs; I'm on the Tube with my Oyster card.
The fact is I'm choosy, but mainly about a man's character. He has to be interesting, funny and clever. I don't even mind if he's not very good-looking.
Fashion isn't me, even though I work in it. It's just materialistic stuff.
I think modelling was like the university of life, really. You get to travel but you get thrown into this adult world, which is kind of quite scary.
I'd like a relationship that was like two tree trunks side by side, strong but independent.
I love 'Breathless,' and 'Paris, Texas,' and 'Badlands.' I was obsessed with those films in my teens. I remember watching 'Badlands' and being amazed that there were these scenes in which nobody said anything and the silence told the whole story.
Modelling is only about the look. In acting, it's the feel that matters.
I don't expect that because I was successful in one field that I will then get a ride of passage into another.
I never knew modelling was what I wanted to do. I was just meandering through life having fun, having a laugh with my friends.
I've always got on with lads, more than I have with girls.
If you have a connection to someone, it doesn't matter what their exterior is.
When you're young, you say it how it is, and even your views are, like, 'This is totally the truth', 'cos you don't know any difference, so there's a real confidence in your way of thinking.
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