Jodie Kidd is grateful for career
Jodie Kidd feels "lucky" to have had a successful career in fashion.
The blonde beauty initially found fame as a model in the 90s and has since gone on to present fashion-related TV shows and says she will always be grateful for the opportunities that have been given to her.
She said: "I think I`ll always be involved in fashion, whether it`s making a TV show like `Ration Book Britain`, which is about wartime clothing, or documentary about Alexander McQueen, which I`m filming at the moment. It will always be there inside of me and I was extremely lucky to have a successful career in fashion that lasted 15 years. I`ve just gone on to my next chapter, which I`m really enjoying."
Although Jodie was discovered when she 15 she says she didn`t feel much pressure because she has a famous father.
She told Stylist magazine: "I was very grown up for my age and I also had Lord Beaverbrook, who found the Sunday Express newspaper, as a grandfather. My father was an international Olympic rider and was very famous during the 50s and 60s so I was used to all the press and publicity. Our family has always been quite aware and open."