Maxim Nina Agdal Magazine covers, birthday parties and luxurious travels around the world has been a crazy year for the swimsuit model The Danish Girl of Your Dreams
Nina Agdal
Maxim - Magazine covers, birthday parties and luxurious travels around the world; has been a crazy year for the swimsuit model.

As a teenager, the blonde athletic considered a career in dental hygiene, but eventually abandoned those plans because of years of study that would involve doing so. "A boy I left in my hometown still has two years to finish the course," she added, considering what her life in the suburbs would have been like.

Fortunately for the rest of us, instead of examining molars, at age 18 Agdal flew to Miami to become a model. "My worst subject at school was English," she says. "I was embarrassed to say anything and I was very scared. I landed with $ 40 dollars and a piece of paper with the address for the modeling department. " She remembers crying at the airport as she struggled to communicate with a taxi driver. But just after two difficult years, she rose to fame in the swimsuit edition of Sport Illustrated magazine of 2012 as the "New Year's Eve".

When we spoke, Agdal had just returned from Cabo San Lucas, where she celebrated the New Year with her ex-boyfriend Leonardo DiCaprio. During their courtship, the couple was seen everywhere, from French Polynesia and a private island in the Bahamas to Montauk. "I was all over the place last year. It was amazing but the whole experience is a little blurry now, "she says.

Nina Agdal
Nina has been related to musicians like Max George and Adam Levine, but you do not feel that it is the type of person that is carried by the status of somebody. "In general, I can not stand the people who always want to manipulate the conversation to talk about themselves. I can not stand narcissistic people ... I like people who make fun of themselves, who do not take themselves too seriously. " In short, have a small air of janteloven, a Scandinavian concept of modesty; in essence, "do not think they are better than others."

Nina thinks that Danish girls are quieter; at least, that's what you've been told boyfriends who have also dated American girls. "I've heard my friends talk about things you should not be doing or using yet. You know, you're just on the fourth date, or anything. I'm not like that. I do not keep the marker. "

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When asked about the best moments of 2016, it does not mention a whirlwind of private jets or tropical idylls. Instead, she claims to have obtained the keys to her new apartment in Murray Hill, New York, as her greatest achievement. Buying her own place was an extra, especially since she considers New York her true home. "It's the only place I can be with myself without feeling alone," although she's been spending a lot of time on the West Coast, strolling through beautiful places like Big Sur. "I've been to many amazing places, but Big Sur is like a fairy tale to me. The air is different. It's the only place in the world that gives you a big hug. It's my happy place. "

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In March, Miss Agdal turned 25 and celebrated in style. And by style, it means that it hires a party bus and organizes some crazy obstacle course with a group of friends. "I always do some kind of child activity. Last year I took all my friends on a party bus to play at a trampoline park in Miami. Or Gotcha, something like that. It's funny because I was talking to someone the other day, and I said, 'I'm going to turn 25. Now I'm really a woman.' I could not even say it seriously. Most of the time I'm still a happy girl. "

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A happy girl closing her celebrations with a dirty Martini and a hamburger. "In short, I am not a saint; I'm not going to lie to you. " ( Maxim Mexico )

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