Brooke shields, 57, admits that even though she was “fighting” with her daughter at first Grier Hammond Henchy, 16 years old, wanted to be a model, she also said that she knew her daughter would be able pursue a career whatever they decide. Brooke opened about want to help my daughter however she can in an interview on View mode on Friday, March 31. “The more I struggle with her, the more she will struggle to do it,” she said.
Despite her initial reluctance, Brooke admits that she wants to use everything at her disposal to help her daughter succeed in the challenging world of modeling. “It’s amazing that IMG, the management company, won’t let them do anything until they’re 18, which is so different, it’s amazing,” she said. “She was pretty amazing, but we weren’t focused on that, but what I was saying was, ‘Okay, if you’re going to do this, you’re going to listen to me and I’m going to put you in the right person to do this. teach you. You need to know how to talk. You need an opinion. You don’t have to be skinny. You need to learn how to walk.’”
Brooke admits she’s never been on the runway herself, but her daughter wants to and she admits she wants to make sure she’s protected. “I don’t know anything about that world, and it’s pretty brutal. Behind the scenes of these shows, we hear horror stories. I said, ‘You’ll have a handler. You will have someone with you all the time,” she said.
In addition to helping her make a name for herself in the modeling world, Brooke also said that she asked her daughter to go to college, and Grier quickly agreed. She also said that her eldest daughter rowan bar, 19 years old, studying in college to become a television reporter.
Earlier in the interview, Brooke also talked about a scene from her movie. Hulu documentary coming soonwhere she talks to her kids about her movie Adorable baby, including having scenes of her nude, even though she’s underage. When talking about her conversation with her children, which was shown in the documentary, she revealed that she is happy that her daughters have come up with strong opinions on their own. “I’m really proud of my girls for having opinions and voices. You see your children becoming young adults and it’s great to see that being nurtured in them,” she said.