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Wednesday 17 September 2014

Secrets of a Supermodel Diet: 'You eat more vegetables than cake'

Published 31/03/2014 | 09:09

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NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 19:  Model Jourdan Dunn is seen outside "Good Morning America" on March 19, 2014 in New York City.  (Photo by Raymond Hall/GC Images)
Model Jourdan Dunn
WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA - MARCH 02:  Jason Statham (L) and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley attends the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscar Party hosted by Graydon Carter on March 2, 2014 in West Hollywood, California.  (Photo by Anthony Harvey/Getty Images)
Jason Statham (L) and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley attends the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscar Party
British model Edie Campbell presents a creation by Stella McCartney during the 2014/2015 Autumn/Winter ready-to-wear collection fashion show, on March 3, 2014 in Paris.  AFP PHOTO / PATRICK KOVARIK        (Photo credit should read PATRICK KOVARIK/AFP/Getty Images)
British model Edie Campbell presents a creation by Stella McCartney during the 2014/2015 Autumn/Winter ready-to-wear collection fashion show

Four of the world's biggest supermodels have divulged their diet secrets.

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Rosie Hungtington-Whiteley, Jourdan Dunn, Karlie Kloss and Edie Campbell were four guests of honour at the weekend's Vogue Festival, where they revealed what life is really like as a supermodel.

"When I was growing up, there was no talk about what you should and shouldn't eat," Huntington-Whiteley said at the fashion filled festival.

"There were three of us, mum put dinner on the table, and you just ate as much as you could, as quick as you could. But, over the last few years, I've learned that what you put in, you get out."

Meanwhile, British model Campbell said that her intake is not about restriction, but rather being more aware of what you put into your body.

"You eat more vegetables than you do cake, basically," she said.

American model Karlie said that her early modelling career made her grow up faster and develop friendships within the industry.

"It does make you grow up faster," she said. "There's no doubt about that. No one can really relate to you - not your friends back home, or the team on the shoot who are usually a lot older than you. I coped by becoming friends with my peers. Jourdan and I have been friends since we first started out."

"Iwas 16 years old and I had the luxury to bring my family, my support system, with me when I travelled for work," she added.

"I just don't want to be in a hotel room alone. I'd sneak my sisters into backstage areas, hotels, everywhere."

 

 

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