Naomi Campbell is shunning baby classes in favour of Paris' museums when it comes to her toddler daughter's early education.
The supermodel made the surprise announcement that she had become a mother in May 2021, and in February she posed with her baby, whose name she hasn't yet shared, on the cover of British Vogue.
Now, in an interview with Vanity Fair, Naomi revealed what the pair get up to when they visit the "exquisite" French capital - which is a regular occurrence for the 52-year-old.
"It's a constant re-education of the mind and the eyes," she said of Paris' art. "I take my daughter to all of them because it's great for kids to know and to see and to understand - and just to see shapes and colours.
"I live in the moment. I don't really think too much into the past. I'm blessed that I'm living now and breathing, and getting to be in these beautiful places, and now I get to open the eyes of my daughter to see it too. It's a blessing."
Naomi will be jetting in for Paris Fashion Week later this month, and also recently shot a Paris-themed campaign for H&M.
"It's always fun doing an H&M commercial. My very first H&M commercial, I think, was 20 years ago," she recalled. "My mother used to buy H&M for me when she lived in Europe, in Switzerland and then Italy. I've grown up with them."