“I was right at the height of my career, and everyone was like, ‘Are you sure?
Your career is going to be over.’ And I was like, ‘My body is telling me this is what I want to do.’ I was prepared to be done, and then I had this comeback.”Three years later, she had a second son, took another break from the business, and reemerged bigger than ever.
“I feel like the real me is so much more the girl that is digging in the soil and taking care of the kids and growing vegetables.
My boyfriend will be like, ‘Oh, my God, I totally forgot I’m dating a supermodel.’ And he’s like, ‘What I love about you is that you’re a dork and you love to get dirty.’" That last line might actually have the double meaning you’re no doubt reading into it.
She was married to William Edwards from 2002 to 2006 and she has a son, William.
She is the most accomplished and Influential supermodel of all time.
Someone taught me how to give a great hand job the other day—and a great blow job,” she says, laughing. “A man is totally fine if you go straight for the dick,” she says, taking a pull on her vape cigarette. Make her really want you to touch the tits, and then touch the tits.
Then make her really, really want you to go down there—and get it worked up so that when you get there, it’s all juicy and ready to go.”She says men shouldn’t sweat the technique because “what turned us on yesterday might not turn us on tomorrow.” Instead, she says, guys should treat a woman’s body like an instrument.
Angela was discovered by an IMG scout when she was 14 years old, and immediately signed with IMG New York.
Angela was born in Midwest City, Oklahoma, the daughter of Randall Lindvall, a pharmacist, and Laura Rasdall, a medical technologist and massage therapist.
Taking the stage for a surprise special performance were NAS, Busta Rhymes and Anderson Paak while Ross One, DJ Cassidy, Chantel Jeffries and Devin Lucien manned the decks throughout the evening.