Naomi Campbell made headlines as in one of the recent episodes of No Filter with Naomi, the fashion icon opened up in a candid conversation with her colleague, Cindy Crawford, 54, about how the world would change after the COVID-19 crisis is over.
According to the 49-year-old supermodel, everything is going to change in terms of hygiene, at least for her, and she stated that the planet, “Mother Nature,” really needed a break.
However, Naomi was quick to remark she did not love the negative effects of the pandemic, such as the numerous deaths, the friends she had lost, or the families that lost loved ones, but she could see the stillness in the air that was new for Los Angeles.
Naomi explained: “I don’t love the circumstance of what people are going through, the deaths, the friends that I’ve lost, or the friends and families I know that lost loved ones, also…this is horrible. But the stillness I can see in the air. Do you not see the difference in the airspace in L.A?”
Meanwhile, Cindy shared how she was dealing with being under quarantine and explained she was spending the lockdown period in her house in Malibu with her family: husband Rande Gerber and daughter Kaia and son Presley.
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Cindy stated that she really appreciated the fact that both her children and partner were with her, and they could just slow down, as she had always been very busy.
The model also stated it was very important to stay connected to people, and she had been checking on her friends that lived alone.
In addition, Cindy remarked that despite the current tough situation, the key was for people to “find blessings in it,” and she stressed how vital it was for everybody to stay at home and practice social distancing.
Cindy had this to say: “The strangest thing is not knowing. Not making a plan, but also not knowing when you can make plans. We don’t know where the light at the end of the tunnel is. We know it will come at some point.”
The businesswoman and mother of two went on to confess: “I’m blessed, I can afford groceries, and I think it’s hard to give advice to people because we’re already privileged. I’m very aware that not having to worry about paying for groceries or my phone bill is an amazing luxury.”
She concluded by: “Both my kids are here, and Randy is here. Just to slow down a minute. I’ve always loved being busy, and I thought, “I’m going to go crazy,” I definitely still exercise, even if it’s running up and down my driveway.”
Cindy’s words were approved by Naomi, who stated that she said to simplify her life in many different ways after the pandemic was over.