Friday, 05 June, 2020


Gigi Hadid Denies Fillers, Blames Her Full Cheeks on Pregnancy

Gigi Hadid Instagram/@gigihadidGigi Hadid ‘People are so fast to do permanent things to their face’Beauty news
Hannah Rogers | 22 May, 2020, 23:12

The supermodel who is expecting her first child with boyfriend Zayn Malik, talked about walking the runway while she was a few months pregnant!

Gigi Hadid is setting the record straight on how she achieves her picture ideal visage.

"People think I do fillers on my face, and that's why my face is round - I've had this since I was born".

Hadid has been in the modeling industry since she was a toddler. Hadid mentioned her body had started changing months ago while she was still working during Fashion Week and long before we knew there was a baby on the way.

Gigi participated in the interview from her mother's farmhouse, where she and boyfriend Zayn Malik are quarantining with Bella and Yolanda Hadid.

Wearing a simple pink Ralph Lauren button-up top, Gigi laughed off the rumors about using injectables in her stunning face while chatting with makeup artist Erin Parsons.

The blonde beauty instead said she was seeing the amusing side to the speculation and had not had almost as many cosmetic treatments as fans believed she had.

She continued, "Also that people think I do fillers on my face, and that's why my face is round - I've had this since I was born, adding "especially fashion month, when I was already, like, a few months preggo, you know". I have the cheeks already, so there's not a lot to fill in".

"That's so amusing. I'll be like, 'it's an Erin look.' You're his favorite makeup artist without knowing".

"I'm happy with the natural process of the world but no for those wondering I've not put or injected anything into my face". Of course, she is due that month, so she'll either be VERY pregnant, or carrying a baby on the runway. Let us know in the comment section below.

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