Lara Stone has given an honest interview about being pregnant. The 30-year-old model said that "being pregnant affected my work quite early on - it's not like you can work until you're eight months pregnant. It was quite frightening seeing my body change so much."
The model - who has a 14-month old son Alfred with David Walliams revealed that she was concerned she would never work again. "Yes, I did worry about the impact, because my body is my job and my livelihood," she explained.
The model took a year off after the birth of her son, but was eager to get back to work. She told Sunday Times Style magazine "I like working and I don't like sitting around at home, so I really wanted to get back into things. It's nice once the baby's here, but then I was like, 'I really want to do something again.'" Well she had no problem getting back in the modelling game, as this season she has landed campaigns for Stella McCartney and Calvin Klein.
She also opened up about how the couple balance their busy work schedules given their families don't live nearby. Lara said: "My family doesn't live near and my husband's family lives a couple of hours away, and both of our jobs are so unpredictable. Sometimes there is nothing you can do and you have to leave him with the nanny for a couple of days."
Earlier this year Lara Stone revealed that she lost a modelling job after discovering she was pregnant. The model told the Evening Standard: “I was really upset at the time. I hadn’t yet had my three-month scan and I felt really vulnerable about everything. I no longer had a job. That was it — I had to just stop everything that I knew; the way my life was.”