Here is a photo: Alessandra Ambrosio is excited in a pose-of-the-art


Alessandra Ambrosio is a woman with many facets. Success as a model and up-to-date on the trends, the former angel of Victoria’s Secret is also an entrepreneur and is now investing in the company, in the career of the actress. “I have a lot to learn. Your career is an extension, as well as with my own brand. In the end, it’s all the same,” she told the magazine “Vogue”. The famous ” first debuted on television in the year 2015, on the soap opera “Secret truths”, of TV Globo, in the following year he made the investment in Hollywood movies such as “007 Casino Royale”, “The Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows”, “the parents, in a Double dose of 1,” and this year in “the father, in the double-dose”and 2”.

Ambrosio praise at the time, as an angel: ‘career began in’

All in all, Janice has more than 20 years of experience in the fashion industry and is one of the most memorable moments for she was thrown from the catwalks of fashion-lingerie. “I started my career, most of the time I’ve been in this time, I travel around the world non-stop. An angel she is to the next level, you will not only be a role model. From there, I got a name,” he said. In the middle of a supposed separation of Jamie Mazur, and the international campaigns for their clothing brand, Ale by Alessandra is dedicated, and it is the American NGO, the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, where she suffers an Ambassador for and to engage in the name of the father, suffering from multiple sclerosis for many years: “I’ve Always had this desire to help. I grew up with my mother to go to the children in the houses to bring gifts to children in need at Christmas, we are very happy to help you with the next in our”family”.

“We have to appreciate every single moment in your life,” says ex-model

A practitioner of Ashtanga Yoga, and meditation, the mother of the little Anja Louise and Noah’s relationship-respect for nature and speaks of consciousness and self-awareness is, when it comes to the future. “It is a soul-searching, I’m learning, how not to deal with things that are trivial. I think we have to appreciate every single moment in your life, and learn to be present and to be grateful for what you built,” she adds.

(For Rahabe Barros)