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Claudia Schiffer was once offered £1 million for a date

Feb 28 2014, 11:16am CST | by , in News | Other Stuff

Schiffer turned down a million dollar date

In the 90's, the super model scene was packed with names and faces that are still recognized today. There were models like Cindy Crawford and Claudia Schiffer. Schiffer was recently asked what some of the oddest requests she ever received were.

The strangest offer she ever had came from an Arab Prince who offered to pay her £1 million for a date reports TVNZ. Schiffer says that she turned it down because she thought it was weird.

Schiffer said to the question, "Loads of weird ones, but the strangest one was from an Arab prince."

"He asked if he could hire me for a dinner for a million pounds. I declined, and some other supermodel took it." She didn’t elaborate on which supermodel took the date or which Arab prince made the offer.

Schiffer also has a story about how she was a "loser" at school growing up. She said, "Everyone called me Duck because my bum stuck out and I walked kind of funny because my legs are a bit funny, and I was really tall. I didn't have any friends."

 

I bet those people that were mean to her in school regret that now that she is still one of the wealthiest and popular supermodels in history. Schiffer also said that she is shy. "I am just shy when there are lots of people. I'm OK when we're just one on one, or maybe four people. I'm a really, really shy person. Once I put the make-up on I'd go 'OK, I can cope'," she said.

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