Natalia Vodianova deals with charity organisations
The 28-year-old supermodel is married to British property heir Justin Trevor Berkeley Portman, and they have sons Lucas Alexander, eight, and two-year-old Viktor, and four-year-old daughter Neva together. Natalia says motherhood is the most rewarding thing she has ever done, explaining her children are the most important thing in the world to her. She loves spending time with them, and is determined to make their lives as easy as possible.
"Motherhood changes your life. You become more aware and responsible. When you have children, it is heartbreaking to see other children suffering," she explained. "My oldest son is very sensitive, while my youngest son is the cheeky one. My daughter is a princess who gets away with everything."
Natalia was recently unveiled as the latest star to back pram company Bugaboo-s effort to stop the spread of AIDS in Africa . As part of their BugabooRED campaign, the company gives 1% of its profits to The Global Fund, which raises and invests money for large-scale prevention, treatment and care programs for malaria, tuberculosis and AIDS.
Natalia decided to get involved with the initiative as she feels so strongly about it.
"I was keen to work with Bugaboo as they feel passionately about helping mothers and babies around the world and this is a powerful message to tell on Mother-s Day," she told People magazine-s Celebrity Baby Blog. "I don-t get involved with every charity that comes my way. BugabooRED is particularly worthwhile."