On Sunday, Gigi Hadid’s interview with NBC News’ Sunday Today With Willie Geist will be airing, but in a teaser shared ahead of the episode, Hadid reveals some details about her daughter Khai, who she and her ex Zayn Malik welcomed in September of 2020. The 27-year-old model has been very private about her daughter, asking for paparazzi not to photograph her and sharing only images that hide her face on social media.
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But in the interview, Hadid was willing to share some more personal info, like that Khai is a “genius” who is about to hit her “terrible twos,” and yes, she is very mobile.
“Oh, so mobile, from so early in the morning,” she told Sunday Today. “So mobile. Jumping off things. Very brave, which is great but, you know. We’re practicing doing dangerous things carefully. That’s what I’m gonna go for.”
Hadid continued, “I think she’s a genius. But I think that’s what everyone says about their kid. It’s so much fun. The more that she talks, and understands, and remembers, it just gets more and more fun. And she’s a blessing.”
Khai was born at home in Pennsylvania, though Hadid had originally planned to give birth in a New York City hospital, according to an interview she did for the March 2021 issue of Vogue. They changed their minds after watching a documentary on the American health care systems and because COVID restrictions at the time would mean her mother, Yolanda Hadid, and her sister, Bella Hadid, would not be able to join them.
The model chose not to have an epidural during the 14-hour labor, and said she “had to dig deep.”
“I knew it was going to be the craziest pain in my life, but you have to surrender to it and be like, ‘This is what it is,’” she said. “I loved that…I know my mom and Zayn and Bella were proud of me, but at certain points I saw each of them in terror.”
The full interview with Geist airs on Sunday, September 11 at 8 a.m. EST.
The stunner kept her makeup to a minimum, showcasing her stunning natural beauty.
The outing comes after Jennifer said in an interview that she is unable to move past her family’s right-leaning political positions, especially in the wake of the reversal of Rose v. Wade and the birth of her son Cy.
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