And as well. How do you cure something like that?
Well, my agency were like, because usually you have to take time to fix internal problems, like its the food and stress.
And, but you know, they shoved1 me straight into a doctor who would inject cortisone into each spot, which died then but not really in there, you know, that kind of thing.
It's like all those problems I had, I feel like I masked with medicine instead of taking the time to really solve them.
But at that time, I really wanted someone to stop me.
I wanted someone to go, you need to take a break. You need to look after yourself.
And no one did because I was the one who had it all.
Like I was, I had what everyone wanted.
Would you have listened to them, do you think? Yes. You would.
Yeah, of course I would, if that's what I wanted.
But, at the same time, you had a fabulous2 life.
Because I remember working with you in a Karl Lagerfeld film and you were off to spend the weekend with Rihanna and I was going, oh, Rihanna.
So, I mean, there must've been an upside to the whole thing.
I mean, of course there's an upside. Yeah. There has been a lot of upsides.
It was more like the external life, I couldn't be luckier, more blessed.
But the internal battles that were going on were just, I also felt like I never deserved any of it, that I was living someone else's dream.
This point is just about like being able to show, like having there up, put yourself, and really look inside for what you need.
And what happened was I eventually said no, and I eventually took a break.
To the advice of Kate Moss3 who kind of picked me up off the floor, passed out, being covered in pain.
What was she doing down on that floor?
Nothing. Kidding. I know.
But yeah, so I started writing.
Writing was something that really saved my life, again.
So, that poem probably came out then.
It was like, I would write and I would read what I'd written.
And it was like, someone else was talking to me.
I was like, what, this is how I feel.
It was a very strange experience.
And are you living in Los Angeles now or are you going to live here?
I'm living wherever I'm made to be.
Wherever you way your head.
I'm filming in Paris for six months next year, which will be fun.
Perhaps, it's going to be great. A bit of a slow down. What are you doing?
I'm doing a movie called Valerian, which is by wonderful director called Luc Besson who I've always admired entirely4.
Yeah. It's just, there's a lot of things I want to do.
I always wanted to be a director.
I think as well, I have so many girls come up to me and tell me that they want to be models, which is fine.
It's not a bad thing. I just think there's so much to do.
I just went to a wonderful talk about genetic5 engineering and neuroscience.
And this man who was giving the talk explained, there is like 10,000 kids is from the age of 7 to 13, who are doing neuroscience.
They do these competitions and wonderful things.
And they're doing things in neuroscience, which haven't been, which weren't done by him until he was like 30.
Like how quickly things like that are changing.
And, but they're not, there is an awareness6 brought.
It's cool stuff like that.
Like that sounds way cooler to me than being a model.
But like no one really knows about it.
And I just think there are just so many things.
I always say to girls, just dream bigger, go for President.
Just keep going up, astronauts.
Well, you are really young, so you've got tons of time.
You can even go back to University, age 30 and study genetics.
Yeah exactly, I might.
But Cara, thank you very, very much.
It's been great, good luck with everything.
And it was really fascinating to listen to what you're saying.
Thanks a lot.
I have one other thing to say.
That was so, I've never heard a clap stop quicker.
I just have a little quote to say, which I made up, which is, be comfortable in your own shoes, which apparently7, I'm not, which is really bad.
Be comfortable in your own shoes because you're going to be in them for a while.
So, that's my last message to everyone.