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Naomi Campbell wears hazmat suit while travelling amid COVID-19 outbreak

The supermodel has already been known to be extra clean when travelling, but this time round she’s taken it up a few notches.

Naomi Campbell wears hazmat suit while travelling amid COVID-19 outbreak

British supermodel Naomi Campbell. (Photo: AFP / Getty Images North America / Jon Kopaloff)

Naomi Campbell has gone all-out to keep herself safe during these uncertain times by wearing full protective gear when travelling. 

The British supermodel posted a photo of herself on Instagram on Wednesday (Mar 11) decked out in a full hazmat suit, complete with goggles, face mask and pink rubber gloves. 

She captioned the photo: “Safety First NEXT LEVEL. Thank you @lindaevangelista Full video coming on my YouTube soon…”

After all, as a supermodel Campbell is sure to travel a lot, which means she needs to make sure she's taking all the necessary precautions during the COVID-19 outbreak. 

She’s already known for being particular about cleanliness. Her cleaning routine had previously made rounds online in Jul 2019 when she posted on a YouTube video titled Naomi Campbell’s Airport Routine.

In the video, Campbell is seen wearing rubber gloves and pulling out Dettol anti-bacterial wipes as she furiously wipes every surface she sees, a woman on a mission to rid her environment of germs.

“Clean everything you touch,” she said in the video.

(Photo: Instagram/naomi)

Meanwhile, her latest post has drawn the attention of other celebrities, with American fashion designer Marc Jacobs commenting: “That’s my sister.”

Rapper Azealia Banks also expressed her own concern about germs: “I hope that is not an airplane blanket and it’s your own. Those don’t get washed thoroughly.”

And because Campbell is no amateur, she responded: "mine, now in airport garbage."

And while most seemed to praise the unusual get-up, not everyone took to her outfit positively.

One follower commented: “I really love you but looks like you’re trying to make something funny out of it. People are dying, struggling…and you as a philanthropist should not take this lightly.”

However, Campbell responded: “Nothing funny about this at all .. it’s how I feel safe traveling when I have to .,,you will see some airports staff around the globe are already dressing like this ..”

Source: CNA/sr