Stone at Fashion Week NYC 2011
|Born||Lara Catherina Stone
20 December 1983
|Spouse(s)||David Walliams (m. 2010; div. 2015)|
|Height||176.5 cm (5 ft 9.5 in)|
|Manager||IMG Models (New York, Paris, London, Milan)|
I never gave it that much thought to pursue acting or anything, but I would definitely be a Bond girl if they asked me. For sure – I would make a great evil Bond girl!
My mom didn't use face cream, like, nothing at all. She's got great skin and looks very youthful.
When I'm 80 years old, I don't know what I want to be remembered for.
I think men look best when they're dressed in something that makes them feel comfortable.
Like most women, I have days where I feel like today I'm not leaving the house – you know days where you've got a spot on your nose or when you've just got off a flight, eaten fish and chips and feel really bloated – that one happens a lot to me.
When planning your wedding you make so many decisions: 'Do I want this fork or that fork?' But in the end people aren't going to remember what napkin holder you choose.
I used to come up with these crazy jobs to try and provoke my parents but they said, 'You can be anything you want.' So I was like, 'I want to be a garbage man' and they were like 'That's OK, we'll still love you!'
What should all men know about women? That we are always right and you should just agree.
My mother tells me of when I was 10 or 11 and I'd wear really tight, short skirts and crop tops. All the local men would wolf whistle and stop and stare, but I didn't realise why at the time.
I would love to have children some day. I'd like little gay boys. That would be good.
I love to get a massage but I'm quite a baby with it. I don't like them too hard or anyone walking on me or anything. When it's good, it's the best thing ever. When it's bad, it's an hour of absolute agony.
In school I was always the funny-looking, tall, skinny kid that got made fun of because of my weird teeth.
Every time I go to the dentist they say, 'You really need to fix that gap of yours'. I'm like, 'My gap is paying your dentist bills.'
If I had to model clothes in a time period other than the 21st century, I think I'd like to model way back when they just wore skin loincloths. That would be best suited for me – better than corsets. I'm quite claustrophobic.
It's not like I'm sitting at home coming up with some secret beauty plan.
It's quite nice to have a bit more color on the lips during wintertime. And it's festive, isn't it?
Interviews make me so nervous – I can't get a sentence out of my mouth.
I mean, sometimes when you do a show or a campaign with a designer, you get along with them really well and you become friends. And then, sometimes, people are just a bit… weird.