After the success of her essay 'Buying Myself Back,' she is finally working with an imprint in her essays book. The supermodel shared this with her fans on her Instagram account on Thursday 15. All of them and even some friends celebrated this with her in the comments. Read more below!
The 29-year-old star, spent her quarantine time writing about some important things for her like the dark face of being a model. Emily is always expressing what she thinks about some injustices. She is a feminist and an animal protection supporter, and is always fighting for that.
Being a model has many good things, but also there are some situations they have to face that aren't the best ones for the spirit. In 'Buying Myself Back,' Emily said that she is more used to see herself under paparazzi lenses than in the mirror. Isn't it crazy?
Ratajkowski collected all the essays she wrote about the things she faces because of working with her body. These are going to be in a book called 'My Body' that is going to be available for us in two years.
The Inamorata founder shared the news on her Instagram account by posting a draft of her book. "Thrilled and humbled to announce my book of essays entitled 'My Body' will be published by Metropolitan Books," she wrote at the beginning of the caption.
"It’s surreal to be working with an imprint that has published so many writers I admire (Noam Chomsky! Edward Snowden!) Now it’s time to get to work!," she ended the caption.
Fans celebrated the news with lovely comments. Even someone use her dog Colombo's account to write: 'so proud of you, mom!!' followed by celebrities like Dua Lipa, who commented: 'Amazing!!!!,' with a shining heart emoji.
For sure, this is a huge moment in Emily's life because all her thoughts and feelings are going to be available for everyone to read them.
She seems to be very grateful for this opportunity, and we are glad that someone shares what happens when you are a woman and a model too. Thank you, Em! Why do you think that despite this technological age we still love books so much?