After covering last month's 90th anniversary issue for Vogue Paris, Lara Stone has found herself on the front of November's British Vogue.
The supermodel, who recently tied the knot and has been sober for a year, talks to the magazine about the future and what she does in her spare time.
Here are some HIGHlights:
On raising her profile:
"I don't think people on the street recognize me ever. And I like that. If I wanted to be recognized every five minutes, I'd hire a publicist."
On when she's happiest:
"…vegging out in front of America's Next Top Model.
On quitting smoking:
"I'm planning to quit tomorrow, I've had enough!…It's a bit worrying though — if you don't drink and smoke any more, there's nothing."
On having children:
"Not yet. But I would love to have children some day. I'd like little gay boys. That would be good. I'm terrified of having a little girl. Girls are more evil than boys. And then they have boyfriends. Of course, I'd be happy to have a girl."
We're glad to see she's holding off on kids.
Lara and David haven't even been married for 6 months and she's getting deals left and right. No need to rush, they've got plenty of time.
[Image courtesy of British Vogue.]
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