Naomi Campbell is sharing her airport routine with fans, and it's amazingly extra.
The British supermodel and actress, 49, welcomed fans into her life with a YouTube video chronicling a travel day in the life as she made her way from France to Qatar.
"I love travelling. I was born travelling," Campbell tells the camera in the clip. "I love being everywhere but yet nowhere at the same time."
And much like any other flier, she can't refuse snacks and decidedly light reading materials at an airport convenience store. The model steps in to buy chocolates ("I'm getting this and I don't care!"), and leaves with an additional bag of gummy bears and a magazine.
After boarding the plane, Campbell busts out a pair of gloves ("the best part of the whole thing") and disinfecting wipes. She then wipes down every visible surface of her business class seating area, from her tray table to the TV and remote to the plane wall.
"Clean everything you touch," she advisess "Anything you could possibly touch ... This is what I do on every plane I get on. I do not care what people think of me, it's my health and it makes me feel better."
"Can you do my seat next?" the woman sitting behind Cambell asks with a laugh.
Next up, Campbell pulls out a seat cover, which she changes every week and gets hand-washed at hotels.
"They have different colours, colours that make you happy. Turquoise, whatever," she notes. For this flight, she's chosen one in hot pink.
After disinfecting her seat, it's finally time for Campbell to sit down and get situated, which includes taking care of herself with facial product. She uses a series of three face products from her "hydration pack," before settling in with an anti-air pollution face mask.
"No matter what plane you take, private or commercial, as the plane descends, people start coughing and sneezing," she says. "And the coughing and sneezing makes me -- I just can't ..."
But the supermodel notes, "As much as I travel, I should get sick so much more with colds and stuff and I'm blessed that I don't. And I really think that this helps me, my little routine."