Emily Ratajkowski has spent a lot of her time in the spotlight being really open about her life.
Through her Instagram, her TikTok, her book and her podcast, she's always been the kind of celebrity who speaks about her life candidly, in her own words (as opposed to say, through publicists).
We know how she feels about her divorce.
In September, she went viral with a TikTok saying she thought it was "chic" to be divorced in your 30s.
"So it seems that a lot of ladies are getting divorced before they turn 30," she said in the viral video. "And as someone who got married at 26, has been separated for a little over a year [and is] 32, I have to tell you I don't think there's anything better."
We know her feelings towards her body through her own words (many of which were bound together in a book of essays, aptly titled My Body), and how she felt when men, like the one she said published nude images of her without her concent, thought it was for them.
Ratajkowski also knows she cannot hide away from the fact that she fulfils all the near-impossible beauty standards society places on women, has grown a following based on her fulfilment of those standards and has become wealthy and successful because of it.
"The truth is that the reason that I was even able to publish my book and write about the things that I did was because I have 30 million followers from basically sexualising myself," she explained in a new interview with Vogue Australia.