Jourdan Dunn used to think she was a witch when she was younger, and she used to cast spells from behind a curtain.
Jourdan Dunn used to think she was a witch.
The 27-year-old model - who has eight-year-old son Riley - has admitted when she was younger she used to pretend to be a sorceress and would hide in certain areas of the room and cast spells on people.
Speaking about her childhood to her close pal and fellow model Karlie Kloss on her upcoming show 'Movie Night With Karlie Kloss', which will hit the small screen on Freeform on December 28, Jourdan said: ''I used to think I was a witch when I was younger. I used to be behind the curtain and just be doing spells.''
But the catwalk icon's actions baffled her friends who would quiz her on her unusual behaviour.
She explained: ''And everyone would be like, 'What is Jourdan doing? Who is Jourdan talking to? Oh, she's in her witch phase.'''
This news comes after Karlie told the brunette beauty she thought her school would be like the instutition in the 'Harry Potter' franchise Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
While watching 'Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets' on the programme, Karlie said: ''When I think of Hogwarts, I feel like you went to Hogwarts growing up in London.''
And though Jourdan used to pretend she was an enchantress, she has admitted her school was not as ''magical'' as the fictional school.
Jourdan replied: ''My school was definitely not magical,''
The Kode with Klossy founder's six-part series will feature several big names from the celebrity world, including Karlie's fellow model pals Kaia Gerber, Joan Smalls and Amber Valletta, as well as special guests, including actor Burkely Duffield and magician Joel Ward.
Other stars lined up for appearances over the series include 'Orange Is the New Black' actress Ruby Rose, tennis legend Serena Williams, former 'Hart of Dixie' star Rachel Bilson, and YouTube star Lilly Singh.