But Lara Stone has revealed she finds it difficult to cope with the pressure of being a model when she is constantly attacked by fans on the internet labelling her ugly.
Lara made the admission as she posed for a sexy new shoot for GQ magazine, going nude with just a fur coat maintaining her modesty.
'I get called ugly all the time!' says Lara Stone as she poses naked for GQ magazine
With her back to the camera, Lara gives fans a cheeky glimpse of the body which made her famous as she pouts sexily for the photographer.
In another shot, the 27-year-old beauty covers her breasts with the fur coat as she poses up on the beach.
But in the accompanying interview, Lara, who was named Woman of the Year by GQ magazine, admitted she often struggles with negative comments about her appearance.
Curvy: Lara maintains her modesty by covering up with a fur coat
She said: 'It hurts when you're having a tough day and someone says, "She's so f*****g ugly I wouldn't let my dog near her." '
She said: 'You do get jealous sometimes!'
Lara, who is married to comedian David Walliams, also spoke about one of her most famous commercials, when she was driving a Bentley convertible in an advert for Calvin Klein.
She laughed: 'I can't drive. The car was mounted on a truck, and I'm supposed to be driving. It was difficult to get the hair right.
'We finally did the take, and it was perfect, except my hands had never been on the steering wheel. I felt like such an idiot!'
While Lara has been taking the modelling industry by storm for the past few years, it was recently claimed the stunning blonde is hoping to make a move into the acting business.
Apparently, she is set to follow in the footsteps of fellow model-turned-actress Elizabeth Hurley, who appeared in Austin Powers: International Man Of Mystery by landing a role in the forthcoming Austin Powers sequel.
A source said: 'Lara's name has been touted in casting meetings for Austin Powers 4 and there is talk that bosses would like to get her in for a screen test - especially after she's talked about comedy in interviews.'