Naomi Campbell Says Self-Isolation Period Is For Soul-Reflection
Naomi Campbell, 49, is currently in self-isolation and is using it as a time for self-reflection. She says the world ‘must not come out the same way’ after the coronavirus pandemic ends.
In an interview with Access Hollywood, she said:
We can use this time to soul-search and reflect. We can’t come out the same way. We must not come out the same way. We are in fear, of course we’re in fear. We have something that we’re not clear of it. We’re learning what this beast is and we have to learn about it as we learn about anything else and right now, it’s at the forefront of all our minds. We’re learning every day and we have to be grateful to God for the doctors and the nurses and the hotel workers and the delivery people, God bless them.
Naomi has shared her strict adherence to hygiene on social media and has previously posted photos of herself wearing face masks and gloves while travelling.
The London native explained she picked up the practice from working in Japan as a model.
In her words:
The way I live my life, wearing a mask, which is what I’ve been doing for over 17 years, that’s just what I’ve done. I got that from working in Japan, I would say. We can’t live in regret of, we should have done this, we should have done that, we are where we are now. We have to do our best to save lives.
Naomi Elaine Campbell is an English model, actress, and businesswoman. Discovered at the age of 15, she established herself amongst the most recognizable and in-demand models of the late 1980s and the 1990s.
She was one of six models of her generation declared supermodels by the fashion industry and the international press.