Bella Hadid may be one of the world’s top models, but she’s proving she is much more than a pretty face. Throughout the Coronavirus pandemic, Gigi, Bella, and their brother Anwar spent their time at their mother’s Pennsylvania farm where they were no stranger to hard work. In fact, the Hadids may have been the hardest working celebrities throughout the entire pandemic! They were continually on the farm toiling the soil, planting, taking care of horses, and more. Well, now, Bella is showing off her building skills as she is constructing a swing!
Bella looked flawless as she wore her dark hair, slicked back and in a ponytail, keeping it away from her face. She flaunted her perfect abs in a 24-hour Laundry, Eat me crop top shirt. The tee-shirt is sold in a standard size so it appears that Bella cut her shirt to make it a crop top.
She paired the shirt with a pair of black, unisex track shorts from the L.A. brand Chrome Hearts. Bella had a recent and very successful collaboration with Chrome Hearts for eyewear.
For footwear, Bella wore a pair of Nike Air Force 1 sneakers in black. She wore plenty of jewelry including a gold, birth year necklace from Mazza Boutique. She layered the jewelry with a second necklace from Mazza Boutique featuring her zodiac symbol, Libra.
You may see the video that Bella Hadid posted on her Instagram, where she has 31.8 million followers as well as pictures of the project that she’s working on below.
Bella has slowly returned to work and she and Hailey Baldwin flew out to Italy several weeks ago where they worked on a campaign, the two poses on a yacht in string bikinis. It marked one of the first times in months that Bella returned to work. Though Bella continues to share modeling photos on her Instagram account, they are all pre-COVID.
What do you think about Bella’s crafting skills? Are you impressed?
Charisse Van Horn is a freelance writer from Tampa Bay. She enjoys writing about celebrities, entertainment, and fashion. Any reproduction of this article outside of Celebrity Insider will be met with legal action by the writer.