Paulina Porizkova is au naturel! After admitting that her late hubby Ric Ocasek left her absolutely nothing in his will, the model clarified she hasn’t touched her face.
Paulina Porizkova has no time at all for haters. The sensational 55- year-old took to Instagram to openly react to fans who commented about her natural, aging appearance– going as far to suggest that she should try Botox injections or even get plastic surgery! In a screenshot, a user wrote: “Honey just go get some work done you are not aging well, all the other old supermodels are doing it why not!?! You are spending all this money on items they are not working, simply do it! Lower face lift, some filler and Botox it will make you feel excellent! You will find a great man!!!!”
The insensitive comment comes just over a year after Paulina lost her late hubby, Vehicles frontman Ric Ocasek The beautiful model then clapped back in an impressive remark of her own, dubbing it “crap” to have to deal with. “Remarks like these are much less useful than the poster undoubtedly meant. On the more severe side- this is the type of crap us, skilled women, have to deal with all the time,” she started. “We’re told to be grateful for getting to be older (considering the alternatives) and simultaneously we’re shamed of daring to age,” she went on.
Just Recently, Paulina has actually slayed in her Instagram pictures– especially when it comes to makeup totally free selfies! “I’m trying to show you what an aging public figure woman has to deal with on a day-to-day basis. Paulina was praised by other commenters for her position and welcoming her natural beauty,
The post comes just a day after she admitted to the struggles she’s experienced following Ric’s death, confessing she never ever signed a pre-nuptial agreement and was not included in his will. The couple share two boys together, Jonathan Raven, 27, and Oliver Orion,22 Paulina stated she regretted her choice not to sign a pre-nup in her early 20 s in new interview with UBS Global Wealth Management and provided advice for females who may find themselves in a comparable scenario. “Now if I had a child, any of my goddaughters or granddaughters or any of the young women I know … if there’s one good thing I might provide for them is to let them hear my story of how romance eclipsed any monetary thinking and what a bad idea that is,” she urged.