Bella Hadid is finding it hard having so much free time on her hands during the coronavirus lockdown because she likes having a non-stop work schedule.
As one of the most in-demand models working today, the 23-year-old is frequently tapped to front campaigns, walk in runway presentations, and grace the covers of magazines.
However, the coronavirus crisis, which has had a huge impact on the fashion industry, has forced Bella to slow down and she’s finding adjusting to the slower pace to be quite difficult.
“I’m not great at being alone, and I’m such a workaholic, so being isolated has been hard for me. Recently, I made a conscious effort to wake up in the morning and say my mantras to get myself into a happier state of mind,” she shared with Vogue.
The catwalk star has a project she is working on to keep herself busy and eventually raise funds for coronavirus relief efforts.
“I’ve also started tie-dyeing my Chrome Hearts T-shirts, which we eventually plan on selling to donate the profits to single mothers across America who are struggling right now. It’s a blessing that we get to wake up here on our farm, and I want to give back,” Bella stated.
The model has been self-isolating at her family’s farm in Pennsylvania with her mother Yolanda, sister Gigi, Gigi’s boyfriend Zayn Malik, and Gigi’s good friend Leah McCarthy, who has been serving as their photographer for at-home photoshoots.
To accompany the Vogue article, Bella and Gigi posed beside a cow on their farm.
In the snap, Bella leans against a golf cart with a bucket in her hand and wears wellington boots, blush pink trousers, a white blouse, and a high-fashion padded coat.
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