International supermodel Naomi Campbell has expressed her desire to be a mother but that would have to wait until she overcomes her drug addiction.
The catwalk queen claimed that she wants to complete her rehabilitation programme first and then go for a baby.
Stressing on the importance of motherhood, Campbell said that a woman is incomplete until she becomes a mother.
"I would love to be a mum. I don't think a woman is 100 per cent a woman unless she has a child and becomes a mother," Contactmusic quoted her, as saying.
Meanwhile, Naomi has protested against child models by urging parents to decide whether their children are satisfactorily prepared to enter the fashion industry.
The British supermodel is backing the campaign to ban young models at London Fashion week, and called for parents' intervention by citing her own example.
Naomi revealed that she was approached for modelling when she was 15, but was only allowed by her mother to begin working in the fashion industry shortly before turning 18.