Naomi Campbell isn't looking to start a family anytime soon.
The British supermodel has enjoyed an unprecedented three-decade-long career in modelling and remains one of the most recognisable faces in the fashion world - and she has no plans to slow down.
When asked by a reporter at WSJ. Magazine if having children was part of her plans, she replied: "Not yet - I'll see what the universe brings me."
The Face star is currently single, but she insists her busy schedule means she "doesn't have time to be lonely".
"Being alone doesn't mean you are lonely. I don't have time to be bored," the 49-year-old quipped.
And Naomi went on to reflect that, if she were to settle down with someone, she'd want to keep the relationship out of the public eye - citing her early '90s relationship with actor Robert De Niro as teaching her how to navigate her personal life in the spotlight.
"For me, privacy is important to know each other, and I always worry that my job will not allow that," she candidly stated. "But I have ways. I was taught that by Robert De Niro."
Elsewhere in the interview, Naomi also shared that while her schedule can be exhausting, she is grateful for the ability to step away from the public eye when she needs to.
"The good thing with me is that you'd see me and you wouldn't see me: I'd appear and I'd disappear," the star added. "Travelling has saved my life in a certain way - I keep it very limited to who knows what (I'm doing) and where I'm going."
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