Naomi Campbell would "never get jealous" of her fellow models.
The supermodel - who starred alongside Linda Evangelista, Christy Turlington and Cindy Crawford in the 90s fashion scene - has always been incredibly happy for and supportive of her friends in the industry, and doesn't like the idea of "competing".
She said: "There was this premise of being happy for each other.
"And that also is how I felt with my counterparts in modelling. I would never get jealous of Linda, Christy, Cindy, or any of my fellow Black models. There was not a sense of competing against each other - we were just having fun."
The 50-year-old model was glad she and her "sisters" Linda, Christy and Cindy waited to film their documentary 'The Supermodels', which revisits their meteoric rise to fame in the 1990s.
Speaking about the APPLE TV+ show, she added to the November issue of Vogue magazine: "It was really worth holding out. If we are going to do something, we are going to be involved in it throughout the whole process, from beginning to end. Linda, Christy, and Cindy, these are my sisters. The four of us tell it. I wasn’t going to do it any other way."
Meanwhile, Naomi previously admitted she thinks people “forget” that models are human.
Asked what the hardest part about being a model is, Naomi said: “I don't feel there was any hard part. It's just, in our case, you have to adjust and adapt very quickly. Yes, I traveled a lot, at a fast pace, in one week, like you have. But I love traveling, so I can't complain about it. I think people forgetting maybe sometimes that we're human? I feel like I was blessed and protected in such a way. Azzedine Alaia, Gianni Versace, Yves Saint Laurent ... I felt like I was protected by these designers, and by my friends. I mean, yes, of course I would cry sometimes and be like, 'I can't do it. I can't, I'm exhausted. I want to sleep.' But then once you got me on set ... I've forgotten all of that. And you just wanted to just do what you can do the best you could do it."