>> Ever since Daria Werbowy took three months off last summer to sail across the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, she tells the Telegraph UK she's "definitely changed" and is having having "an existential . . . not crisis, but wake-up. I'm asking more questions about life in general. It's like, 'Oh my God, there's a whole world of things to learn about.' So I'm just taking it easy."
She's not a fan of doing interviews — "I always tell Kate [Moss] she's lucky because she doesn't have to do interviews" — and she's considering studying philosophy or psychology. In the meantime, she has been painting and sculpting: "Whether that'll ever evolve into anything I don't know. I'm still trying to search for what will be next."
But she does want children »
She recently bought her parents a new house in Toronto, and though she won't talk about her longtime boyfriend, Kenny Jossick — "that's my secret" — she's upfront about wanting children:
"For the first three years, I'm taking them sailing. I think it's super-important for kids to have an imagination, to create their own world as opposed to just being surrounded by televisions and toys. That was one of the great things about my first years in Poland; we were forced to go outside and make up our own games."
But first, she hopes to sail solo around the world in the Volvo Ocean Race.