Irina Shayk Says She Still Believes in Marriage

Carla Harmon
July 13, 2019

"There's a curtain there, you want to open the curtain".

"Do I believe in marriage", she mused during an interview with Harper's Bazaar for their summer digital cover. "They want what's least disruptive for their baby", revealed a source.

According to a report from Entertainment Tonight, Irina Shayk is now sharing her thoughts on marriage and serious relationships, with her answer being somewhat surprising to her fans. Among the problems she faces day to day are bad skin days and bad hair days. "Motherhood is just an addition to your life", the star remarked.

She added: "People think I have a team of like 20 people, but it's going to make me more nervous to have somebody else to help me". Tell me one reason! I really believe if you love something, you can prioritise your time. Speaking about her modelling career, Irina said there are times she'd been encouraged to change the way she looked, but that she refused.

"Women are the ones who can handle everything", she added of women in Russian Federation.

As for why everyone is so fascinated with her private life to begin with, Shayk reasons, "I think it's just human beings: if you can not have it, you want to have it".

There are days when Shayk apparently doesn't look like a model at all, according to her. "It's curiosity I guess".

Shayk, who says she thought she'd pursue a career as a teacher or piano instructor before before being discovered, seems completely comfortable keeping the curtain closed by distancing herself from the digital world, refusing to read online comments and generally focusing exclusively on her own life and happiness. She also talks about the public's obsessive interest in her previous relationship with Bradley Cooper, with whom she shares 2-year-old daughter Lea. "We never had men around", Shayk continued. You have to learn how to put a nail in the wall, how to hang the curtains.

The striking brunette went on to reveal that she is "comfortable" in her own skin and has never let anyone dictate how she should live her life on her rise to becoming a model.

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