Emily Ratajkowski is excited about getting older and knowing herself better.
To make use of her time while self-isolating at home with her husband Sebastian Bear-McClard and her dog Colombo, the model asked her fans to send in their questions via Instagram Stories earlier this week.
When asked if she was afraid of ageing, Emily insisted she was more excited than worried about the prospect.
"Actually no, I feel like as I've gotten older, I've just come into myself more, and yes, our culture wants women to be young forever but I feel better than I ever have so I'm excited for that," she said in a video response.
Elsewhere in the Q&A session, the Gone Girl star, who is currently writing a book of personal essays, was queried, "What would you change about yourself?"
Accordingly, Emily admitted she dislikes being such a procrastinator.
"I wish I was less of a procrastinator, I really procrastinate and then I'm really hard on myself for procrastinating and don't want to even start anything because I feel bad about how long I waited to do it. It's not great," she replied.
The 28-year-old also confessed that she feels pressure to sound smart all the time because she doesn't want people to think she's just a pretty face.
"I said 'like' in that last video and I immediately thought, 'Oh no, people are going to think I'm stupid,' and I really wish that I didn't feel that way," Emily admitted.
Throughout the session, she noted that she isn't working out during the self-isolation period, is loving wearing sweatpants all the time, and that she is spending the lockdown hanging out with her husband and dog and writing her book.
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