& # 39; You give the chance to have a burger whenever you want & # 39 ;: Georgia Fowler reflects on the sacrifices she has made to become a Victoria's Secret model
Caleb Taylor for daily post Australia
She stormed the runway of the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show for the third time in November last year.
And now, Georgia Fowler, 26, has been thinking about the sacrifices she has made to land the highly desirable job.
The slender New Zealander said to The Sun Herald on Sunday that he gave up everything from food to family.
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& # 39; You give the chance to have a hamburger when you want & # 39 ;: Model Georgia Fowler, 26, has the & # 39; offerings & # 39; needed to unveil a Victoria's secret runway on Sunday
& # 39; I left the house of all my friends and family to live on the other side of the world and gave up the chance of a good childhood, & # 39; Georgia said.
& # 39; The more I work, the more I am away, you give the opportunity for a relationship or a friendship or you can eat a burger whenever you want. & # 39;
Offers: & # 39; I felt at home with all my friends and family to live on the other side of the world and gave up a good childhood, & # 39; Georgia said. Pictured in December in New York
She added that the sacrifices are all well worth seeing.
The slim supermodel is known for its debilitating preparation methods for the annual Victoria's secret show.
Georgia is known for its strict diet and in June last year she unveiled her healthy day on a plate, on Instagram.
The brunette beauty said it started with either a "vegetarian omelet with avocado & # 39; for breakfast, a protein shake or & # 39; açaí bowl with nuts & # 39 ;.
Healthy option: Georgia said that for breakfast they usually have a "vegetarian omelet with avocado & # 39; has, a protein shake or & # 39; açaí bowl with nuts & # 39 ;, when she unveiled her day on a plate last year
As a snack she prefers nuts or fruit & # 39; and for lunch and dinner, she usually prepares fish & vegetables & # 39 ;.
Alternatively, Georgia said she chose a "big salad with nuts and seeds, or fried vegetables."
Last year, in the run-up to Victoria's secret, Georgia revealed that she worked at the gym five to six times a week.
Fit: "Simple cardio has never been my thing necessarily," Georgia told Vogue magazine fashion bible, but she admitted five and six times a week to go to the gym & # 39;
Georgia claimed that she prefers fitness training and the use of equipment such as battle ropes and pushing weights on a sled.
"Simple cardio has never been my thing," Georgia said to Australian Vogue magazine.
& # 39; If you use efficient conditioning strategies, you can do much faster – in coordination with eating a healthy, balanced diet. & # 39;
& # 39; If you use efficient conditioning strategies, you can do much faster – in coordination with eating a healthy, balanced diet, & # 39; told Georgia (photo) Vogue magazine last year