Ashley Graham spoke about the status of the role model and the difficulties of motherhood

Ashley Graham, 33, took part in the filming of the Pandora campaign. It is dedicated to the new Brilliance collection, which is made up of environmentally friendly diamonds created artificially in the laboratory. Taking this opportunity, the model talked to the press and talked about her mother’s everyday life, as well as the honor of being an example to follow.

I am honored to be a source of inspiration for a new generation. When I was younger, I had no one to look up to, who would be like me. And that’s what inspires me to keep fighting for change.

I believe that everyone has the strength inside to achieve limitless possibilities, but it all starts with confidence. When you feel confident in yourself, you can become aware of your power and use your voice to empower others. I hope that the future generation will be able to strengthen this self-confidence, and its representatives will be brave enough to know their true self,

Ashley also humorously commented on the question of what motherhood taught her.

I realized that I could live with much less sleep! I understand working parents very well. It’s tricky, but worth it! Isaac brought so much joy to our family

noted Graham.

Recall that the model first became a mother in January 2020. The child’s father is Justin Erwin, whom she married back in 2010.

From the first days of the baby’s birth, Ashley shared with subscribers in detail both a photo of her son, and reflections on how the female body changes after childbirth, as well as the difficulties of raising children in a pandemic.

Well, Graham clearly did not experience difficulties in her career during this period. After giving birth, she quickly returned to filming and showing. In a new interview, the model noted positive changes in the industry.

The fashion industry has really changed since I started my career over 20 years ago. In retrospect, I am proud of how much the industry has changed, even though we have a lot to strive for. We must all continue to strive for inclusion in all areas,

Ashley concluded.

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