Adriana Lima, 35, feels she is representing ''mature women'' in the fashion industry.
Adriana Lima is representing ''mature women'' in the fashion industry.
The Victoria's Secret model thinks women are ageing in ''a more beautiful way'' now and at 35-years-old, Adriana hopes she is an inspiration for older women.
She said: ''These days, women are ageing [in] such a more beautiful way. I'm here representing mature women with Victoria's Secret, so there is no pressure at all [to look good]. I believe that if I would go back to my younger times doing Victoria's Secret, I feel more beautiful right now.''
However, Adriana admits she is a ''very private person'' but tries to share a little bit of all aspects of her life with her fans.
She added to CNBC's Street Signs: ''People are watching you and you become their inspiration. I really just want to put a positive message and try to show the real values, the most important values in life out there ...
''I'm a very private person. But I try to share a little bit of everything, you know especially through social media: little moments with my children, things that I like, books that I read.''
Meanwhile, Adriana previously admitted she would love to take part in the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show until she is at least 40-years-old.
She said: ''My goal is to do the fashion show till I'm 40, at least. Or [as long as] gravity is on my side.''
And if the brunette beauty wasn't in the fashion industry, she admits she would have been liked to be a nun.
She said: ''The church is in me - I always connect. If you're connected with the divine and always have pure intentions with everything you're doing, you're protected by the angels. I'm very spiritual. I believe in nature, I believe in energy, I believe in spirits.''
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