Naomi Campbell says she wants to expose her children to as much “truth” as she can.

Naomi Campbell says she wants to expose her children to as much ‘truth’ as she can

Naomi Campbell says she wants to expose her children to as much ‘truth’ as she can

The model, 53, who had a son in 2023 and daughter two years earlier, was at the 77th BAFTA awards on Sunday (18.02.24) at London’s Royal Festival Hall and spoke of her delight there were so many “authentic” movies nominated this year.

She said: “‘Maestro’ is amazing – there’s so many great films. ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’ is amazing.

“It’s such a great year of films and artistry that the creators have done – blood, sweat and tears – and I really appreciate them taking us into their fantasy and teaching us things we don’t know.

“It’s people telling more authentic stories.”

Talking about her personal life, Naomi added: “I am my authentic self, I think we already know.

“I want them (my children) to know things, as a mother I want them to know things and that it’s as close to the proximity of truth as possible.”

Naomi’s outfit – a hooded black cape – and fringe hairstyle, left fans comparing her to Claudia Winkleman when she presents ‘The Traitors’ show.

Other stars at the event – which is being hosted by 52-year-old actor David Tennant – included Margot Robbie, 33, Emily Blunt, 40, Emma Stone, 35, and 28-year-old Florence Pugh.

Margot referenced her role as Barbie by dressing in a pink and black strapless gown with matching gloves and heels, and posed for photos alongside her husband Tom Ackerley, 33, who turned up in a black tuxedo.

‘Dune’ star Florence nearly suffered a wardrobe malfunction as she had on a the plunging silver bustier as she headed into the ceremony.

She teamed her glamorous ensemble with a dazzling silver necklace and an elegant black cape which wrapped around her arms.

William, Prince of Wales, 42, arrived on his own to the event as his wife Catherine, Princess of Wales, continues to recover from her abdominal surgery at the family's home.

He has been the president of the EE British Academy Film Awards since 2010 and wore his now-signature navy velour suit jacket and dickie bow as he greeted the crowds gathered outside the Royal Festival Hall, and took a seat beside Cate Blanchett, 54, for the event.