Iman is constantly keeping her husband David Bowie in her thoughts.

Following his passing more than six years ago, the beauty spoke out about her admiration for the rock and roll great during an interview with Hoda Kotb for the SiriusXM Today Show Radio on the previous Wednesday.

Iman, who is now 67 years old, had the following response when asked how often she thinks about David Bowie: “every day and every minute.”

“I have a necklace I’m wearing beneath here that has his name on it. A designer who is a friend of ours named Hedi Slimane gave me this, and I’ve worn it ever since that first week after David passed away,” she added. “It was a friend of ours named Hedi Slimane.” “Yeah, I worry about him often,” the person said.

She went on to say, “People said your ‘late husband,’ I responded — don’t call my husband ‘late,’ he is not my late husband, he is my husband, and he will always be,” and she continued.

On January 10, 2016, at the age of 69, Bowie passed away as a result of cancer. Iman and David Bowie tied the knot on June 6, 1992, in Florence, Italy, and have since been blessed with a child together; their daughter Alexandria “Lexi” Jones is now 22 years old.

During the course of our conversation, Iman offered the following explanation: “Do you understand what I mean when I say that if you’re fortunate, you could have an experience similar to that? It’s all down to luck, and I had a lot of it.”

Iman made her first public comments on her life following David Bowie’s passing in November of 2017, when she gave an interview. She said, “There are days that are tougher than others.”

“However, not all of the memories are sad because of the reason the person is not there. The recollections are now of how wonderful it had been before “Additionally, she said. “There are moments when I have to force myself to remember that I have had 26 years. Therefore, I have that to keep me going.”

Iman also disclosed to PEOPLE what she responded in response to Lexi’s question about whether or not she would ever marry again, stating, “I said ‘No, I will not.'”

I am certain that I can sense his presence, most notably when I gaze out over the magnificent sunsets that we have here at our house since David has a thing for sunsets. Iman was quoted as saying at the time, “So in that manner, he is always there,” to which she later added, “Through my memories, my love survives.”

By Anna

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