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Emily Ratajkowski opens up about life after divorce

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She will only show her son the image of a happy mother, so that he sees all women the same way.

The famous American model Emily Ratajkowski spoke candidly about divorce and motherhood. He made a confession in an interview with the British gloss Elle.

The Polish-Jewish catwalk star says she has to sacrifice a lot as a mother, but feels that life is just beginning despite her separation from her child’s father.

“You sacrifice a lot in your personality when you become a mother. And I feel like my life is just beginning,” said the model.

In addition, he added that at 30 he felt like a teenager again, but confidently said goodbye to all the bad.

“Today for the first time I enjoy the world more. And yet now I have a huge responsibility – to raise a child. I plan to show my son only the image of a happy mother, so that he thinks of all women,” Ratajkowski said.

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Remember, Ratajkowski divorced her husband, American film producer Sebastian Behr-McClard after four years of official marriage. The couple has a son, Sylvester, who will turn two on March 8, 2023.

Previously, celebrities were credited with a relationship with Brad Pitt. But the rumors were not confirmed.

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