Cindy Crawford has revealed the path her life would have taken, had she not ended up as one of the most iconic supermodels in the world.
The 51-year-old fashion legend lifted the lid on what her alternative career path would have looked like during a video interview with Vogue.
Appearing in the latest instalment of the publication’s Vogue 73 Questions segment, Crawford revealed she had plans to become a teacher prior to be spotted and offered a lucrative modelling contract.
It’s worth remembering that Crawford was no fool at school – she graduated high school as valedictorian and was study chemical engineering on an academic scholarship at Northwestern University before opting to pursue a career as a model.
The clip also saw Crawford offer up some sound advice to any young hopefuls looking to follow in her footsteps. “Be on time and stay off your phone,” she said.
Crawford also revealed the time she accidentally ended up in bed with George Clooney, who is business partners with her husband Rande Gerber – they own the tequila brand Casamigos.
It’s all totally innocent of course.
“George is very well-behaved now that he is married to the lovely Amal [Clooney], but there was a time before he met Amal that he and Rande had gone out, they did ask me if I wanted to come, but I stayed home it was a Sunday night and I stayed home with the kids,” Crawford shared. “Sometimes if Rande goes out late, he’ll go to the guest room, because the kids will end up falling asleep with me in my room.”
Getting up to check on her husband, Crawford soon found him face-down on the bed, still wearing his motorcycle boots.
“So I go over and I’m like, ‘Hey babe,’ and he looks and it wasn’t Rande, it was George. And I don’t know who was more shocked, me or George.”
One thing Crawford didn’t talk that much about, however, was her one major Hollywood role in the thriller Fair Game – a movie loaded loves, for the supermodel’s so-bad-it’s-good performance alone. Check it out.
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