When asked why she believes so many people are interested in her private life, the model said it's simply human nature; they want what they can't have. "There's a curtain there, you want to open the curtain". The 33-year-old model was on Harper Bazaar's latest issue in which she posed for photographs and dished on her romantic and personal life.
Despite her recent split, Shayk remains optimistic about the possibility of getting married one day."Everyone looks at it differently", she says.
"Do I believe in marriage", she mused during an interview with Harper's Bazaar for their summer digital cover. She told the mag, "I never was this kind of person who was like, "I want to look pretty.' I had agents who said, "Oh, you have to cut your hair, lose the wig". "I think sometimes we want to slap some people and be like, 'Come back to this world. I don't understand why".
According to a report from Entertainment Tonight, Irina Shayk is now sharing her thoughts on marriage and serious relationships, with her answer being somewhat surprising to her fans.
"I really believe if you love something, you can prioritize your time".
"Women are the ones who can handle everything", she said of her home. News at the time.
However, until she meets that right person, she's perfectly content living alone.
Regarding her 2-year-old child with Mr. Cooper, Irina managed to stay relatively silent. "As much as they tried to rekindle what they once had they couldn't find that spark", added an insider. You have to learn how to put a nail in the wall, how to hang the curtains.
Co-parenting is now their priority.
"They love their little girl dearly and that's not going to change no matter what. I know everything about how to plant potatoes and cucumbers because in Russian Federation, it's how you survive the winter".
"If somebody wants to inject their lips because they feel bad, God bless them". One interesting piece of information acquired through multiple reports, however, is the fact Irina named her daughter after her grandmother, Galina.