Naomi Campbell Once Babysat Tallulah Willis and Took Her to Fashion Shows
Naomi Campbell has been a legendary supermodel for over three decades and become a fixture of pop culture in the process. She’s made many celebrity friends along the way, such as Cameron Diaz and Kate Hudson.
Naomi Campbell is still one of the world’s biggest supermodels
The life of a typical model isn’t very long, as the industry for many years has valued youth. More models today have the ability to work into their thirties and beyond, and a select few supermodels have achieved a sort of “model emeritus” status.
Although she technically retired from the runway years ago, Naomi Campbell has still maintained a strong presence in the fashion industry and come out of retirement many times. Most recently, Campbell walked in Fendi’s Spring/Summer 2021 show at Paris Fashion Week.
Naomi Campbell and Demi Moore have known each other for decades
Fendi’s Spring/Summer 2021 show was also significant because it welcomed another well-known figure to the runway: award-winning actor Demi Moore.
The day after the shoe, Campbell filmed a special episode of her web series No Filter with Naomi in Paris with Moore to discuss what happened and much more. Campbell and Moore have been friends for decades, so their conversation was a lot like two old friends catching up.
When Campbell asks Moore if she remembers where they first met, they both aren’t sure of when it first happened. But Campbell had one specific memory from the 1990s that sticks out in her mind to this day.
Naomi Campbell was Tallulah Willis’ babysitter
Campbell told Moore that her first memories of the Hollywood star — and her Hollywood family — were in the same city that they were in at the time of the interview.
“I remember our time in Paris absolutely, because I got to babysit Rumer [Willis],” Campbell said. Moore thought Campbell had actually taken care of her daughter Tallulah, but Campbell insisted, “It was Rumer!” and Moore admitted that Campbell had one of the best memories of anyone she knows.
“I took Rumer to my Dior shows [and] fittings with John Galliano,” Campbell continued. When Moore asked Campbell about the specific collection that Galliano designed that year, she knew that Campbell had actually taken care of her daughter Tallulah and not Rumer.
“I was just taking her everywhere,” Campbell laughed, “I took her to my Chanel fitting!”
Moore went on to tell Campbell that even though her daughter Tallulah was only three years old at the time, her babysitting had a lasting impact on the young actor. “Believe me: this kid is still the same,” Moore said. “She’s ready for all of it now.”