Naomi Campbell featured African designers on the cover of Vogue

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Naomi Campbell showed African designers on the cover of Vogue

And in an interview she spoke about her daughter, motherhood and friendship with the sister of the Qatari emir

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Supermodel Naomi Campbell posed for the new issue of Vogue Arabia and gave a frank interview about friendship with the sister of the ruler of Qatar, motherhood and her daughter .

Naomi admitted that she loves Qatar since she first visited this country 10 years ago. And she separately noted the merits of Her Highness Sheikha Moza, the second of the three wives of the 3rd Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani, the mother of the current ruling emir.

Naomi even said that her 18-month-old daughter “loves Qatar”.

Sheikh Campbell collaborates on design. Emerge, a global initiative, was recently launched, a unique partnership between Naomi's charity Fashion for Relief and Qatar Creates. It aims to empower the next generation of talent through apprenticeships, after-school and university programs focused on various creative industries such as fashion, art, technology and sustainable innovation.

“She saw what we've done in other parts of the world and we thought it would be great to do something in Qatar,” Campbell says of her friendship with the sheikha.

Promoting young creative talent with a focus on Africa, the diaspora and developing communities around the world are what Campbell has been passionate about for many years. The late former South African President Nelson Mandela inspired her to use her gift for the benefit of others.

“I think it's so important to be united so that creatives can come together without borders or limits to express themselves and what they do. It was very important for me to bring two cultures together,” she says.

So for the new issue of Vogue Arabia, Naomi Campbell posed in outfits from African designers. And, as she admits, she has to travel a lot. Luckily, her daughter enjoys long flights.

“She loves to travel and is happy to get on a plane. My family lives in London, so we fly in and out all the time so my daughter can spend more time with them” , – but Naomi does not plan to move to London. By her own admission, she is a “citizen of the world”.

And although she says almost nothing about her daughter, quite often mentioning her in an interview, when asked if she would follow in the footsteps of a famous mother and become a model, Naomi jokes that it's too early to think about it.

“Oh, I don't know anything about whether she will be a model. She doesn't even like clothes. Right now she doesn't even want to wear shoes,” admits supermodel.