Lily Aldridge's husband's modelling ban for daughter

Lily Aldridge has revealed her husband Caleb Followill wouldn't be keen if their three-year-old daughter Dixie wanted to be a model.

Lily Aldridge's husband's modelling ban for daughter

Lily Aldridge's husband doesn't want their daughter to be a model.

The Victoria's Secret beauty insists she would be "proud" if her three-year-old daughter, Dixie Pearl, chose to follow in her footsteps and join the fashion industry but her husband Caleb Followill isn't keen on the idea.

She said: "I'll support whatever she wants to do!

"I don't think my husband would want her anywhere near the runway. But I would be proud of her no matter what she does."

The 30-year-old star also opened up about the beliefs she tries to instil in her young daughter.

She told PEOPLE magazine: "I'd tell every girl or woman out there to believe in yourself and not let other people try to make you feel any different. Just believe in yourself and be confident."

Meanwhile, Lily has had a diverse career wish list over the years, as she recently revealed she was keen to emulate the sporting successes of soccer player, Mia Hamm.

She explained: "I always thought I was going to be a soccer player, get a scholarship to college and then join the U.S. women's team.

"Mia Hamm was my role model. I still look up to her."

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