Bella Hadid is being honest about her physical and mental health and how it has shaped her style and modelling career.

The 25-year-old supermodel revealed her struggles with anxiety and managing life with constant paparazzi outside her New York Apartment was a source of a lot of stress.

Bella Hadid reveals troubling health battle

While speaking WSJ. Magazine, Hadid revealed that it isn't always glitz and glamour being a supermodel, and it's hard for her to manage such a wild lifestyle amid troubling health battles.

Bella Hadid attends the "Annette" screening and opening ceremony during the 74th annual Cannes Film Festival

Looking always flawless, it comes as a surprise to many that Hadid doesn't use a stylist anymore, and there's a reason for that.

"I haven’t had a stylist in a long time, maybe two years now," she said to the magazine. "I was in such a weird place mentally that it was really complicated for me to get out of the house and put an outfit together, especially with the anxiety of [paparazzi] being outside and all that."

She elaborated saying that for her, she doesn't put much weight into the opinions of others anymore, and makes sure that whatever she's leaving the house in, it's for her and no one else.

"In the last year, it was really important for me to learn that even if people talk about my style or if they like it or if they don’t, it doesn’t matter, because it’s my style," she said. 

Hadid also went on to share why she feels it's important to be real about her depression and anxiety and explained why she shared photos of her crying on her Instagram page. 

"I would have really depressive episodes and my mom or my doctor would ask how I was and instead of having to respond in text, I would just send them a photo," she said.

"It was the easiest thing for me to do at the time because I was never able to explain how I was feeling. I would just be in excruciating and debilitating mental and physical pain, and I didn’t know why. That was over the past three years," she said. 

So when she shared the same photos, it was let fans know they weren't alone. "It was to make sure that anybody that was feeling that way knew it was OK to feel that way," she said. "Even though on Instagram things look so beautiful, at the end of the day, we are all cut from the same cloth."

She continued, "I felt like it was just good for me to be able to speak my truth and at some point, I wasn’t able to post nice pretty pictures anymore. I was over it."

Hadid went on to share that she does have good days and that she's taking it day by day. 

"I do have good days," she said. "Today is a good day. My brain fog is feeling better, I don’t feel depressed. I don’t have as much anxiety as I usually do."

"But tomorrow I could wake up and the complete opposite. That’s why I get so overwhelmed. But that post made me less lonely because I had a lot of people that have reached out saying, 'I feel that way too.' Walking outside, being able to remember there are so many people going through things and have similar patterns to me, it makes me feel better."

Finally, Hadid shared that she doesn't care if people want to see her in a vulnerable state, she's content and happy letting people see the real her in every way. 

She said, "I don’t know if that’s not what people want on Instagram, and that’s fine. I don’t have to be on Instagram forever. I feel like real is the new real, and that’s what’s important to me."