Cindy Crawford has thrown open the doors to her Malibu mansion for an interview with American Vogue magazine.
The iconic 51-year-old supermodel gave quick fire answers to an impressive 73 questions while also showing her interviewer around her house.
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The star walked through her huge entrance hall, into the kitchen, out onto a patio, through her living room, and into her private office while answering the Q&A for the magazine.
Her 18-year-old son Presley and 15-year-old daughter Kaia also feature in the video.
Cindy answered quick fire questions as she gave a guided tour of her mansion
Daughter Kaia dropped in to answer some of the hard hitting questions
Asked about her all time favourite modelling experience, Cindy said it was a nineties catwalk show with music from a late British music legend.
"Oh, Versace in '91 when all of us came down the runway lisynching to George Michael Freedom," the model gushed - before cracking into a slightly tone-deaf rendition of the chart classic.
During the video, Cindy also offered insight into the success of her 19-years-and-counting marriage to businessman Rande Gerber.
The model's son Presley also featured in the video
"We actually really still like each other and we make sure that we spend a lot of time together," she said.
Her children also gatecrashed her interview - with Kaia revealing Cindy calls her "Kiki" and Presley asking what her favourite thing about being a mother is, with the star responding: "Unconditional love".
Sharing some of her favourite shoots from over the years, she also recalled a shoot where she posed completely naked with a snake to portray the Biblical character Eve in the Garden of Eden.
Cindy welcomed cameras into her private office
Cindy explained which photos of herself she is most proud of
"That was my first and only shoot with a snake. Firstly it was heavy, secondly it smelled disgusting and thirdly it got a little too friendly," she said.
She also offered her top tips on posing for the cameras, saying: "Don't put your chin up, keep your hips to the side and smile."