Adriana Lima hopes daughters will be Victoria’s Secret Angels
Adriana Lima hopes her daughters will one day follow in her footsteps and walk in the Victoria’s Secret Show.
The 35-year-old Brazilian model has been a VS Angel since 2000 and as well as opening the world famous lingerie catwalk show on several occasions she has also been selected to wear the Fantasy Bra – the biggest moment of the event – on three occasions in 2008, 2010 and in 2014 when she and Alessandra Ambrosio both donned bras costing $2,000,000 when the Angels descended on London in the UK.
Adriana has two girls, Valentina, seven, and Sienna, four, and with her ex-husband, Serbian NBA player Marko Jarić, and if they decide to become models like their mother then she would be very proud to see them become Angels and take part in the fashion line’s annual flesh-filled extravaganza.
Speaking to HollywoodLife.com, she said: "I do imagine that one day, maybe, if they wanted to be a model, one year I’ll be on the other side, sitting and cheering for them."
Adriana famously stripped off to walk in the 2012 Victoria’s Secret Show less than two months after giving birth to Sienna wowing the audience with her strutting display.
This year’s event took place in Paris, France, last week and the Angels didn’t disappoint as Adriana and Alessandra were joined by Taylor Hill, Josephine Skriver and Elsa Hosk among others and celebrity models Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid and her sister Bella Hadid and Irina Shayk – who revealed a baby bump – on the catwalk..
American model Jasmine Tookes was chosen to wear the Fantasy Bra, which was worth $3 million and made of 9000 gemstones
The show was soundtracked by Lady Gaga, The Weeknd and Bruno Mars and had six themed sections; Road Ahead, Mountain Romance, Pink Nation, Secret Angel, Dark Angel and Bright Night Angel.
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