Rose Huntington-Whiteley on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar Arabia
The British supermodel Rosa Huntington-Whiteley is not often seen on the pages of glossy publications lately. For Harper’s Bazaar Arabia, the girl decided to make exceptions. The 30-year-old model became the main heroine of the April issue of the publication. In the photo Rosie poses against the backdrop of the luxurious interiors of old mansions in outfits from the latest collections of such brands as Saint Laurent, Marc Jacobs and Givenchy.
In addition to the photo shoot, Rosie Huntington-Whitley gave Harper’s Bazaar Arabia an interview in which she talked about herself, the attitude to social networks, the movement against harassment and much more.
“I do not see myself as others see me. This is just the problem of celebrities, people think they know you. I’m a normal girl with feelings, and when someone says something offensive, it hurts. When someone says something positive, it makes me feel good. We are people. We all share the same emotions, we all unite as well; through love, humor and energy. “
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has almost 8 million subscribers to Instagram, so she is not new to face criticism from strangers. “Sometimes it seems to me that you will go to the wormhole on Instagram, and then you will think:” It did not help me feel good, “she says. “Social networks can leave people, including me, feel insecure.” You spend a lot of time on this. You spend your life on the phone, not on talking to people and talking. I always think that you feel better when you are in nature. Be on the street, be with animals, be with friends. Dance, listen to music, and not mindlessly flipping the tape in social networks or try to make the perfect photo “
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley this year turned 31, she began the career of the model 15 years ago, even before the emergence of social networks. «
I was a teenager, I was a young girl. I was lonely, even sometimes at work among people. There were no social networks yet yet, there was no paparazzi. I had these years to be free. Everyone is taking pictures now, and it’s so funny for me to see a 10-year-old girl who knows how to pose … I think it’s more awkward for me than a desire to praise. “