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    Campbell has found time again for modeling. She returned to the runway earlier this year, walking for the Versace Atelier FW13 couture show in Paris – she hadn’t walked for the Italian brand for 14 years. Her runway turn was naturally show-stopping, silencing the room, yet Campbell reveals a surprising insecurity about it. “I was quite stunned at the reaction – I remember the room being quiet and I thought, ’Oh my God, they don’t want me here!’,” she recalls. In fact, the media went crazy over her. It was also a personal moment, as Campbell was reunited with Donatella Versace, the sister of her great friend, the late Gianni Versace. “It was emotional for me to do the show after 14 years,” she says. “I knew about it for months and couldn’t tell anyone. When I did my fitting in those amazing


    “I’m not extreme about what I EAT. You have to allow the little things that make you HAPPY”

    clothes, it was just overwhelming.”


    Physically, Campbell is in her prime: at 43, her Amazonian physique seeming more age-defying than ever. The key to preserving her other-worldly body is yoga: “Since I had my operation on my knee [in 2012, after being reportedly mugged], Pilates has become very important,” she says. “I don’t want to build muscle, just to tone. I’m not extreme about what I eat – I let chocolate and crisps come in at times. You have to allow the little things that make you happy.” But there are times when she makes an extra effort: “For ten days prior to the Versace show, I just drank juice – carrot, ginger, pineapple – to cleanse.”

    But Campbell isn’t the only one of the original ’90s supers showing they’ve still got it. Kate Moss, Cindy Crawford, Claudia Schiffer, Christy Turlington and Linda Evangelista have all maintained lucrative careers, and most now have growing business interests, from fashion to homeware labels. “When we all get together we talk about the fun times we’ve had, and

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