Irina Shayk has spoken about the confusions surrounding parenthood, saying that she doesn’t comprehend why ladies should have to change their personalities when they have kids.
A month ago, it was reported that the model had separated with on-screen actor Bradley Cooper following a four-year relationship, although neither has yet publicly confirmed their separation.
The big name couple initially began dating in spring 2015 and share a two-year-old little girl, named Lea de Seine. In another interview with
Harper’s Bazaar, Shayk shot down the idea that ladies ought to need to change the manner in which they act and dress when they become moms.
“Tell me one reason why, just because you’re a mother, you need to wear a longer skirt. No! I don’t believe in that. I really don’t,” the 33-year-old told the publication.
“How is it that people think of this idea?” Shayk added.
“How could it be that people think about this idea?” Shayk included.
“Why should you have to change who you are and how you feel just because you become a mother? I’m like, tell me why.
“Tell me one reason! I don’t believe in that. I don’t understand why.”
The model kept, saying that she accepts there is “no genuine challenge” to parenthood, as, as she would see it, “if you cherish something, you can prioritize your time”.
Women are the ones who can handle everything,” Shayk expressed.
“Women can bring up the children, women can carry out the responsibility, and when she’s back, she can cook and clean and do the substantial work as well!”
In the course of recent years, Cooper and Shayk have turned out to be known for keeping the subtleties of their relationship private.
In February, Shayk explained to Glamour UK that doing so is a “personal choice”.
“I have a lot of friends who share a lot of their personal life on Instagram or social media, very publicly,” the model said.