Supermodel Bella Hadid created headlines when science declared her the world’s most beautiful woman.

Bella Hadid declared as world's most beautiful woman.

Bella’s eyes, eyebrows, nose, lips, chin, jaw and facial shape were measured and came closest to the Greeks’ idea of perfection.

She recently broke down in an emotional Instagram post that includes video footage of a recent interview with her friend, Willow Smith, along with photos of Bella crying.


In the video, Willow talks about feeling insecure at times and like she’s not good enough. “All humans are different, every single human has something so special and unique to offer,” Willow says in the video. “And people forget that everyone is basically feeling the same way: lost, confused, not really sure why they’re here.”

Bella started off her post by addressing Willow, writing, “I love you and your words. It made me feel a little less alone and that’s why I’d like to post this.” Bella, 25 continued, “This is pretty much my everyday, every night for a few years now.”

Bella then pointed out that social media is “not real,” adding, “for anyone struggling, please remember that.”

Hadid emphasized that when it comes to mental health, no two battles are the same and it’s an ongoing struggle. “Self help and mental illness/chemical imbalance is not linear and it is almost like a flowing rollercoaster of obstacles…it has its ups and downs, and side to sides,” she explains. “But I want you to know, there is always light at the end of the tunnel, and the rollercoaster always comes to a complete stop at some point.” She also notes that while feelings of sadness and helplessness can always start up again, it’s helpful to know that they ebb and flow by nature, which helps bring her solace that “even if it’s a few days, weeks, or months, it does get better.”

“It took me a long time to get that in my mind, but I’ve had enough breakdowns and burnouts to know this,” she continues, “if you work hard enough on yourself, spending time alone to understand your traumas, triggers, joys, and routine, you will always be able to understand or learn more about your own pain and how to handle it, which is all that you can ask of yourself.”