Naomi Campbell celebrated her 42nd birthday (May 22) in the Holy Land as an attempt to usher in “good vibrations” for herself and the same said wishful thinking for the Middle East region.
“As much traveling as I’ve done, I’ve never come here. I’m happy to be here. Weapons and war, greed and oil … I hope it all stops. I care about health, about good vibrations, not destruction.”
Campbell was considerably dressed-down in a white shirt and black sunglasses, but her small army of an entourage along with Palestinian guards shifted any opinions of not being a recognizable figure.
The leggy supermodel whose career spans three decades celebrated another year of life with Russian billionaire boyfriend Vladislav Doronin, 15 close friends, and six bodyguards at the nearby Casa Nova Palace Restaurant where they feasted on a traditional meal of lamb and rice.
The notorious once-troubled fashion icon toured the Palestinian city Bethlehem where she lit candles in the Church of the Nativity, toured the tunnels of the Western Wall, and visited the Wailing Wall.
Despite being named in her boyfriend’s nasty divorce as a home wrecker earlier this year by Doronin’s estranged wife, this year is suiting up to be a wonderful time in Naomi’s life who was recently brought on board as a judge for a new model reality show “The Face.”