Rosie Huntington-Whiteley told how she was bullied at school

Publication by Rosie HW (@rosiehw)Dec 7, 2017 at 9:22 PST

“They called me a tit-boo,” recalls Rosie, 30, - But I still remained myself. At 15, I started writing to modeling agencies in the hope of finding a job. One of them, which was in London, answered me, and I rushed there — to answer calls and send faxes. ” The model told a little about her childhood: it turns out that Huntington-Whiteley was born and raised on a small farm in South-West England, where she was surrounded by a menagerie of horses, chickens, pigs, ducks and goats. “The garden was my father’s main passion. We had little money, and we lived very simply. I think the boys liked me at school, they always paid attention to me, but they did it very ... peculiarly. I had to overcome a lot of complexes on the subject of my appearance later. ”

At age 18, Rosie moved to New York and is very grateful to her parents for giving her the freedom and opportunity to make a fateful decision on her own: "Mom told me," You know, Rosie, you can give yourself such a chance once of life.It’s very hard for us to let you go, but you have to try. ”So I went to conquer the world and, frankly, I don’t regret anything, although at first I worked very hard - sometimes twenty hours a day. All that I have there is now, it got to me tremendously hard. "


Date: 14.10.2018, 06:24 / Views: 81171

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