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Bella Hadid says she has struggled with comparisons to her sister

While Bella Hadid appeared on the cover of American Vogue, the 25-year-old model has been captivated by her injury without a filter.

In an interview with the American magazine, the catwalk star frankly evokes the difficult periods he is going through, between depression, anorexia and family comparison.

She says that, who has made a name for herself in the fashion world since 2014, following in the footsteps of her older sister Gigi Hadid, she has long felt like the ugly duckling of the family. “I was the ugliest sister. I was a brunette. I wasn’t as cool as Gigi, and I wasn’t outgoing. That’s really what people were saying about me.”

Comparisons that I believed in and that left their mark. “Unfortunately, when you are told things so many times, you simply believe them,” said Bella Hadid, who is still surprised by her choice of modeling path, joining IMG Models in 2014. “I always wonder, how a girl with Incredibly insecure, anxiety, depression, body image issues, eating problems, who hates being touched, who has severe social anxiety, and what did I do to get into this business?”

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Troubles and depression that she returned to. “For three years, while I worked, I would wake up every morning hysterical, crying, and alone. I wouldn’t show this to anyone. I was going to work, I was crying at lunch in my little living room, I was finishing my day, I was going To any random small hotel where I was staying all night, I would cry again, I would wake up in the morning and would do the same,” explains the young woman, who also recounts her teenage anorexia, which according to her treatment for attention disorders was caused.

“I was on this calorie-counting app, which was like heck to me. I packed my breakfast with three berries and a stick of celery. I was just trying, I realize now, to feel in control when I felt out of control over everything else,” Bella says. iron. Today, after exhaustion in 2021 and a two-week stay at a treatment center in Tennessee, as Vogue US reports, she wants to take care of herself.

“For a long time, I didn’t know why I was crying. I always thought I had no right to complain, which means I had no right to get help, and that was my number one problem. Until now, literally all I do in my personal life is to make sure that My mental state stays above water,” she explains.

Plastic surgery: evolution

The model also used this interview to clear things up, fueling speculation about the plastic surgery she is the subject of.

If she confirms she had a rhinoplasty – “I wanted to keep my grandparents’ nose” she admits – she is denying she had a lift. “People think I totally faked my face because of a picture of me as a puffy teenager. (…) I’ve never used ‘fillers’. Let’s put an end to this. I don’t have a problem with that, but it’s not mine. Anyone who thinks I have raised eyes or Whatever its name, it’s Scotch! The oldest lathe in the world.”

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