Gigi Hadid won't let fame go to her head

Gigi Hadid admits she tries not to let fame "get to [her] head" and puts her success down to her friendly and humble attitude when working on shoots.


Gigi Hadid

Gigi Hadid won't let fame go to her head.

The 19-year-old beauty - who was recently unveiled as the new face of Maybelline and stars on the latest cover of Teen Vogue alongside fellow model Binx Walton - has admitted she is trying to remain level-headed after making a name for herself in the fashion world.

The blonde stunner - who made her modelling debut for Guess Jeans aged two - believes her friendly and humble attitude when working on shoots is the key to her success.

She said: "I try to take it day by day and not let it get to my head.

"I want people I work with to have nice things to say about me with whoever they are having dinner with that night. That mind-set has led me to working on jobs I would have never imagined I would be doing."

When she isn't travelling around the globe with work, Gigi tries to live a normal lifestyle and enjoys catching up on TV and gossiping about boys with her pals.

She told Teen Vogue magazine's March issue: "I live with my best friend from high school. We watch Long Island Medium and sit on the couch and talk about boys and things that have nothing to do with my job."

Her cover co-star Binx Walton, 19, has also tried to keep her feet firmly on the ground by juggling her modelling commitments with high school.

The brunette beauty - who has walked for Chanel, Alexander Wang and Stella McCartney in the past - explained: "Everyone told me to quit school, [but] I graduated the day after the Chanel show in Dubai.

"I literally did the show, ran to the airport, flew all night, and walked across that stage. I was delirious."

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