Tyra Banks reveals her son always expects Santa and thinks every day is Christmas

Tyra Banks opens up about her new projects and her adorable son, York.

Supermodel Tyra Banks was a guest at "Live With Kelly and Ryan" and opened up about her most recent project "Life SIze 2,"  due for release on Sunday, December 2, 2018.

Topmost on Bank's mind is her son, York, who turns 3 on January 27, 2019. York is a serious case of super-cute and has some hilarious takes on life, which Banks shared on YouTube/ "Live With Kelly and Ryan" on November 29, 2018.

"He thinks that every time he sees a tree, a tree farm, lights, [or] a Santa that that is Christmas Day . . . "

Tyra Banks,  YouTube/ "Live With Kelly and Ryan", November 29, 2018.

According to Banks, her gorgeous toddler thinks that every day is Christmas. He is overwhelmed by the early displays of Christmas lights and pageantry, and keeps asking his mother "Is it Christmas today?"

Kelly Ripa loved Bank's story and told her it would be a great theme for her next movie, a world in which it would be Christmas every day.

Tyra Banks started modeling at 15, and by the age of 16, she was walking the runways for the world's greatest fashion houses.


In 2000, Tyra Banks co-starred in "Life Size," a fantasy comedy with Lindsey Lohan, and now has reprised her role as a life-size doll named Eve. Lohan did not participate in the new project due to scheduling issues, but Banks has hinted that she will be represented in the movie in "a special way."


Banks, 45, has confessed that the main focus of her life is now her son York. Banks shares York with the Norwegian photographer, Erik Asla. York is Bank's and Asla's biological child but was born through surrogacy. Asla and Banks separated in 2017, after a 4-year relationship.

Banks revealed that she was once involved in a toxic relationship and has been actively working to raise awareness of emotional violence in relationships and dating violence.


Banks started modeling at 15, and by the age of 16, she was walking the runways for the world's greatest fashion houses. She got her TV acting debut on Will Smith's "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" in 1993. She would go on to create and produce a hit reality TV show: "America's Next Top Model."

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Tyra Banks made history by being the first African-American woman to be photographed for the prestigious covers of GQ Magazine and Sports Illustrated.

Banks was considered a rival and a threat by the English-Jamaican supermodel Naomi Campbell. 

"It was very difficult...some of the lowest times of my life dealing with that, so I don't condone her actions or her response, but I understand where it comes from because the world is saying you're not going to have your spot, we're going to take your money, we're going to take your fame."

Tyra Banks

Campbell used her fame and influence to block Banks from being selected for high-profile fashion shows where she might challenge her status as the world's premier Black supermodel.

Years later, in 2005, Banks talked openly to Campbell on her talk show "Tyra" and the two women achieved closure on their decades of a rivalry fueled by the press.

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