World-famous model Bella Hadid has admitted she suffered with crippling anxiety at the start of her modelling career.
Bella Hadid suffered with crippling anxiety at the start of her modelling career.
The 21-year-old beauty is one of the world's most recognisable models, but Bella has revealed she used to be overcome with nerves when she was first required to do interviews or make red carpet appearances as part of her job.
During an appearance on 'Making a Model', Bella told an aspiring young star: ''In this business it's hard to stay centred, stay inside yourself.
''You're not alone, I promise you, I'm here to talk. Believe me I get it, I was totally there.''
Bella admitted her attitude was starkly different to that of her older sister, 22-year-old model Gigi.
She explained: ''My sister is very bubbly and very out there and I was always very reserved.''
Then, Bella opened up about the extent of her anxiety.
The brunette beauty said: ''I would literally start crying and shaking if I had to do interviews at red carpet events because it was really nerve-wrecking and it is scary.
''I promise I went through that, it gets better once you start doing it every day, it's my job I have to do it anyway.''
In fact, the American star revealed she would even ''blackout'' during runway shows because of her anxiety.
Bella confessed: ''I would literally blackout.
''I would come out and be like, 'Oh well, I guess it's over'. You know I had to go through all of that stuff, so it's not only you.''
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