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Kathy Ireland’s life will forever be impacted by her friendship with Elizabeth Taylor.
The 56-year-old CEO of “kathy ireland worldwide,” he told Fox News that she will always cherish the time that she and the iconic actress, activist, together, spent, in particular, Taylor’s tutelage.
“Not a day goes by that I don’t have to think about it, Elizabeth,” the former model admitted. “They can [even] touch it, I mean, in every area of our life, family, philanthropy, and business.”
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Her courage really inspired me,” she added.”She has taught me to be bolder. She taught me how to look at each and every angle from the inside to the outside. She also gave some great counsel on corporate philanthropy.”
The Model, Kathy Ireland kissing, Elizabeth Taylor, at the 27th Annual Macy’s Fashion Passport to Show at the Barker Hanger on September 24, 2009 in Santa Monica, California, usa.
In ireland, for the first time met Taylor through a mutual friend and their relationship is strengthened through bible study.
“She told me her thoughts on motherhood,” in Ireland, earlier told Closer magazine. “She was a very detail-oriented, and a lot of the lessons that she gave to me about looking at things from every angle.”
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And they’re tied for children and an appreciation of home and family. “Our kids would come to her house when they were toddlers, and it’s a mess, and she’d just laugh,” Ireland recalled to the magazine.
“She loved her children ferociously. To her, they were past the jewelry out of the treasure,” she added.
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Ireland’s drive to be a success in business started early in her career as a model. “Modelling wasn’t part of the plan,” Ireland admitted to Fox News for a while. “It was offered to me, and I thought it would be a way to save money is to go to college or start a business.”
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“The whole time I was working as a model, I just had to try it, and fail to [different] companies, and it was one of the companies that have been taken out, my career is not the way, as long as it did,” she added.