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Adwoa Aboah goes nearly nude for Allure cover shoot despite being 'insecure' in her early modeling days

Published: 05:19 BST, 21 March 2018 | Updated: 12:19 BST, 21 March 2018

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Adwoa Aboah stripped down to her skivvies for her cover shoot with Allure. 

The 25-year-old model's interview for the beauty magazine's April issue fully exposed the London native as she talked about her insecurities and struggles with addiction.

'All the women in me are tired,' she told writer Brennan Kilbane. 'I'm made up of many different women — my mum, sister, friends — who have all made me who I am. It reminds me that whatever I'm going through, there are lots of other women going through the same thing.'

Bare it all! Adwoa Aboah went nearly nude for her cover shoot with Allure. The 25-year-old model's interview for the April issue fully exposed the London native as she talked about her insecurities and struggles with addiction

Before she became a Vogue cover girl, Adwoa wasn't sold on the idea of being a model. 

'I was insecure,' she explained. 'I don't think I was confident enough, and I don't think there was a space within the industry for somebody who looked like me.' 

She added: 'I worked; I did odd jobs. There were times I had money and times I didn't. It was up and down.' 

'All the women. in me. are tired,' she told writer Brennan Kilbane. 'I'm made up of many different women — my mum, sister, friends — who have all made me who I am. It reminds me that whatever I'm going through, there are lots of other women going through the same thing'

It's safe to say that the supermodel's whole life has been a series of highs and lows.

In 2015, Aboah attempted suicide after battling drug addiction. 

That same year she started down the path to recovery and also managed to land the cover of Italian Vogue.

Gaining confidence: Before she became a Vogue cover girl, Adwoa wasn't sold on the idea of being a model. She told the magazine that she was 'insecure' as a young girl 

Those trials and triumphs led her to found Gurls Talk—a network for women that encourages conversation surrounding sex, anxiety, antidepressants, and more. 

The platform held its first event last July just across the pond in Adwoa's hometown of London. 

The allure? It was free.  

'They have to be free,' she said authoritatively. 'I don't care if you think isn't a lot— it is to someone. And I want to make sure they have a place to come to.

'If I had somewhere I felt safe enough to talk about the things going on in my life, whether they be small or big, I don't think I would have bottled up everything so much and had it fall to pieces.' 

Boots on the ground: Adwoa founded Gurls Talk in 2017—a network for women that encourages conversation surrounding sex, anxiety, antidepressants, and more 

 

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