Jourdan Dunn always feels uncomfortable when her friends and family attend her runway shows.
Jourdan Dunn hates her family and friends watching her runway shows.
The 24-year-old model feels extra nervous if she knows her loved ones are in the crowd and is happy her mother now finds them too ''boring'' to come along every time.
She said: ''I hate it when my family watch me in shows. When I first started, my mum used to sit on the front row, but now she finds it boring.
''I get nervous knowing that people are watching me. At Tommy Hilfiger, Rita Ora shouted out to me as I walked past. It completely put me off my game.''
Jourdan was thrilled to work with Naomi Campbell on a Burberry campaign and found the older supermodel ''inspiring'' because of her strong work ethic.
She said: ''Working with Naomi was inspirational. She doesn't complain and she knows that it's a team effort to get a perfect picture.''
She told LOOK magazine: ''Working with Cara is never dull. She brings so much energy to a shoot.
''My backstage bestie is Karlie Kloss. She's taller than me, so she makes me feel short for once.''
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