I really like to look like a history book. I can look 1940s, I can look 1970s hippie-chic, or sometimes I'll pull that '80s Brooklyn hip-hop kid with the door-knocker earrings.
I think that parents grow up with an idea of what they want their kids to be like - and then their kids grow up to be people of themselves, of their own.
I was never really attached to a clique, and I wanted to be in all the different groups; I was never a one-group kind of person. I think that's still part of my personality today.
I always knew I wanted a great man of God, someone who was going to be an inspiration for people and also be a lovely husband and father.