Behati Prinsloo felt like she was on a school hockey trip as she made her way to London before the long-anticipated Victoria's Secret fashion show in London last week.
Behati Prinsloo felt like she was on a school trip before the Victoria's Secret fashion show in London.
The blonde beauty, 25 - who is married to Maroon 5 front man Adam Levine - enjoyed travelling to the show with her fellow Angels and compared the ''amazing'' journey to taking a hockey trip with her pals back in high school.
She told the latest edition of Grazia magazine: ''It felt like I was back in high school on a hockey trip, it's been such an amazing experience.''
Behati travelled to the show - which was held at Earl's Court in the British capital on December 2 - along with a host of Victoria's Secret beauties including Karlie Kloss, Lily Aldridge, Candice Swanepoel, Alessandra Ambrosio, Adriana Lima and Doutzen Kroes.
Karlie, 22, agreed with Behati, adding of the sense of camaraderie on the trip: ''It's been like a sorority outing.''
The group also enjoyed a bonding session prior to the show when the lingerie giant hired dance coach Mary Helen Bowers - who trained Natalie Portman in preparation for her Oscar-winning performance as a ballet dancer in the thriller 'Black Swan' - to teach the girls to walk gracefully down the runway.
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