Gigi Hadid and her boyfriend, Zayn Malik, are preparing to embark on parenthood. Before embarking on the next chapter of their lives, the couple shared a glimpse of their close ties to their respective parents.
Hadid is the daughter of Yolanda Hadid and Mohamed Hadid, married from 1994 to 2000. The former couple are also the father of their daughter. Bella hadid and son Anwar Hadid. In addition, the property developer shares girls Alana Hadid and Marielle Hadid with his first wife, Mary Butler.
Model Victoria’s Secret has often spoken about how she admires her mother. Talk to She for her cover article from March 2019, Gigi explained how Real Beverly Hills Housewives Alum’s battle with Lyme disease led her to become independent from a young age.
“Growing up having three sick family members made me very independent,” she told the magazine. “My mom couldn’t drive or get out of bed some days, so I took my brother to school with me or I had lunch.”
Gigi continued, “But I also felt a lot of guilt for being the only person in the family who didn’t understand what they were going through. It’s difficult when your whole family is in pain and you don’t know what to do. “
Meanwhile, the former member of One Direction is the son of Tricia Malik and Yaser Malik. Zayn spoke to We weekly exclusively on his close bond with his mother, in particular in September 2017.
“We have a great relationship, me and my mom,” he said. We at the time. “She’s just part of everything and she’s really cool, man. I love my mother.”
We confirmed in April 2020 that Gigi and Malik are expecting their first child together. “Gigi is pregnant and she and Zayn are so in love,” said a source. We. “She always wanted to start a family with Zayn.”
Two months before Gigi’s pregnancy announcement, she raised the possibility of starting a family in the future. “I think as I get older – well, someday I will start a family,” she said. I-D Magazine in February 2020. “I don’t know if I will always be a model.”
Scroll down to see what Gigi and Zayn have said about their parents over the years.