Happy birthday, Lara Stone! As the model celebrates turning 31, HELLO! Online takes a look at what the stars have in store for Lara and you…
This is what Lara, who is a Sagittarius, can be expecting today:
Christmas, as astrologers never tire of telling anyone who will listen, is celebrated according to the solar calendar. It does not conveniently converge with fortuitous events in the firmament. So some years, the outlook reflects the spirit of the season and other years... Well, interestingly, this is one of those other years! Or at least it is for everyone but a Sagittarian! You may have to compensate soon for a lack of natural spirit in the hearts of some companions. What a good job that you are such a natural Santa.
Lara Stone was born in the Netherlands but was discovered as a model at the age of 12 during a family holiday to Paris. At 15, Lara took part in her first modelling competition, and despite not winning, impressed the judges and found herself signed to Elite Model Management.
In 2006 Lara made her catwalk debut with Givenchy in Paris, before later working exclusively with Calvin Klein, and by 2007 Lara gained her first spread in Vogue Paris.
The New York Times fashion critic called Lara the "anti-model" and she has also worked for Giles Deacon, Chanel, Marc Jacobs, and Balmain.
In 2010 Lara won the Model of the Year at the British Fashion Awards, and that same year she married comedian David Walliams. The pair had begun dating in September 2009 and were engaged by January of the following year, and in 2013 the handsome couple welcomed their first child with comedian David Walliams, a baby boy called Alfred.
Earlier in 2014 the gorgeous 31-year-old admitted that becoming pregnant stopped her from getting modelling work.
The star was under three months pregnant with Alfred when she was turned away by a client who thought she had already gained too much weight. "I was really upset at the time," Lara told The Evening Standard. "I hadn't yet had my three-month scan and I felt really vulnerable about everything.
"I no longer had a job. That was it – I had to just stop everything that I knew; the way my life was."