Campbell has surgery to become a mum

Campbell has surgery to become a mum

British supermodel Naomi Campbell has undergone surgery to enable her to have children.

The catwalk queen, 38, is desperate to become a mother and recently had an operation to help her fulfill her dream.

Although Campbell doesn't specify her condition or give any details about the surgery, she insists she can now become a mother.

She says: "Now I can have a child I would like one. I'm even willing to have one without a father. I know that I am ready."

And Campbell believes motherhood will be life-changing for her.

She adds: "I know that with a baby I would change, I'd calm down. With a child you cannot accept compromises. You have to give your full self."

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