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Gigi Hadid says she’s not ‘the prettiest person in the world’ and a ‘nepotism baby’

Gigi Hadid, the supermodel who once dodged cameras while her mom, Yolanda Hadid, famously had a feud with Lisa Rinna on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” admitted that she too is a fake baby.

“Technically I’m a favoritism baby,” Hadid told the London Times in an interview published Sunday. “My parents came from very small.”

The daughter of Yolanda Hadid, the former Dutch model who spent 15 years modeling in Paris, Milan, New York and Los Angeles and then starred in “RHOBH” from 2012 to 2016, Gigi is now one of the highest paid supermodels in the world, alongside her sister Bella Hadid.

She has graced the covers of every top fashion magazine and walked the runway for dozens of luxury labels, including Tom Ford, Prada and Chanel.

Her father is Palestinian-born real estate developer Mohamed Hadid – the man behind the Beverly Hills compound that was listed for $250 million in 2021Los Angeles County’s most expensive home to ever hit the market.

“I have always recognized that I have a privilege,” Hadid added. “I don’t think I’m the most beautiful person in the world. … Some Botox could probably help, but I’m not that obsessed.

“My parents told me, ‘Just because you have parents who were successful doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be as nice and hard-working as you can possibly be,'” Hadid added.

The term ‘fake baby’ went viral late last year after a New York Magazine cover story, “The Year of the Nepo Baby,“hit newsstands next to”A far from definitive guide to the Hollywood Nepo-Verse,‘, which charted the stars in the entertainment industry who are the children of established Hollywood heavy hitters.

The list included the up-and-coming Jackson White, who starred in Hulu’s “Tell Me Lies” alongside his mother, Katey Sagal; Lily-Rose Depp, the daughter of Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis, who has publicly objected on multiple occasions to the term “fake baby”; and Maya Hawke, who starred in “Stranger Things” and is the daughter of Ethan Hawke and Uma Thurman.

Hadid recently launched her first company called a luxury cashmere brand Guest in residencewhich sells pink cashmere “shrunk polos” for $195 and matching pants for $415. She plans to replace Alexa Chung in a TV host role in Netflix’s “Next in Fashion” fashion contest.