The other day, 38-year-old Natalia Vodianova took part in the recording of the seventh issue of the Susie Menkes podcast Creative Conversations. In a conversation with a British journalist, the model described how the 43-year-old groom Antoine Arnault psychologically supported her during quarantine. The star admitted that her lover showed her tenderness, even in those days when she was in a bad mood.
In relationships, little things play a very big role. For example, when they tell you that they love, even at the moment when you behave like a dragon. This is exactly what people swear to each other in the church: to love in grief and in joy,
- Vodianova told about the relationship with her beloved man.
Natalia Vodianova and Antoine Arno
The conversation also turned to the wedding of Natalia and Antoine, which was supposed to take place on June 27 in Paris, but was postponed for a year due to the coronavirus pandemic. Initially, lovers were supposed to get married in the abbey of Saint-Pierre d'Hautvillers, and then, together with the guests, went to a gala dinner at Ruinart's house.
At the same time, the model admitted to Susie that her wedding dress was not yet completely ready, because due to the introduced self-isolation regime, she did not have the opportunity to constantly go on trying on. Natalya said that when creating the festive dress she was inspired by shots from the wedding of Grace Kelly, but she clarified that she would have a “more rock and roll version” of the dress.
She shared Vodianova and other details of the upcoming celebration. The model said that she and Antoine offer all guests to come to the wedding with their children. A separate program is being prepared for the smallest guests invited to the celebration, which Natalya personally deals with.
The model also admitted that quarantine aroused new talents in it. For example, she began to cook with pleasure for the whole family and involve her five children in this process. The star mom’s new hobby was especially liked by her eldest son, 18-year-old Lucas, who, as it turned out, cooks very well.
I would never have thought that I myself would make sushi just to please the children,
- shared Vodianova.
Natalya said that she found her advantages in quarantine and finally was able to spend time at home with all five children, who are usually in school or in additional classes.
Natalia Vodianova with sons Lucas and Victor and daughter Neva