NewsNaomi Campbell: Personal life has suffered from career

Naomi Campbell: Personal life has suffered from career

She was one of the most sought-after supermodels in the 1990s. But Naomi Campbell also had to compromise at the time.

Berlin – The British supermodel Naomi Campbell said she had to cut back on her career in her private life.

When asked what, in her opinion, she has sacrificed for her career, the 51-year-old told the fashion portal “The Cut” of “New York Magazine”: “I would say the sacrifice really is to find this soulmate, the understands you ”. She was strong, but also sensitive, said Campbell. “I know I have to compromise in relationships”.

Naomi Campbell was one of the celebrated supermodels in the early 1990s, along with Cindy Crawford, Linda Evangelista, Christy Turlington and Tatjana Patitz. Born in London, she was the first black model on the cover of “Vogue” and is still committed to diversity in fashion today. In May, she became a mother at the age of 50. dpa

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