Cindy joked, “I try not to let her on camera with me, because it reminds people I really am turning 50.”
Kaia is following in Cindy’s footsteps with modeling. The teen shared, “I love it, I love being a normal teenager as well. I don't want it to feel like work, because what 14-year-old wants to work, right? As long as I’m having fun with it, I'll continue to do it."
Crawford would also cast her look-alike daughter to play her if there were a movie being made about her life. She said, “Probably now my daughter... really easy to throw a little mole on her.”
Cindy’s mole has become iconic, but she was bullied for it when she was growing up. She admitted, “I was very self-conscious about it. When I went to my very first modeling agency, they told me I should remove my mole and I really considered it.”
She added, "When i did my first Vogue cover, Vogue left it on. Well if it's good enough for Vogue, it's good enough for everybody."
Cindy has been busy promoting her new book, “Becoming.”