Gisele Bundchen is apologizing to her followers following an interview with Vogue that was printed this week.
“It isn’t my era — I’ve to be trustworthy about that. I am older, wiser. If I needed to promote myself in the best way women modeling now should do, neglect it. I would not do it,” she instructed Vogue’s Rob Haskell.
The interview, which was printed Thursday morning, resulted in an apology posted on Twitter hours later, saying her phrases had been “misunderstood.”
“My intention was merely to specific that I come kind an older era and am not technologically savvy. I like the youthful era and their ability to handle all of the added demand of social media. I actually by no means really feel that I’m wiser than anybody, and I consider that we’re all studying.”
Bundchen additionally spoke about her environmental activism, how Tom Brady proposed, her modeling profession and life in Boston within the interview.