Victoria’s Secret Angel Doutzen Kroes is one of the celebrities who is not too enthusiastic about getting vaccinated against coronavirus, and she has found a supporter in Gisele Bündchen, who defended the model over her anti-vaccine post.

Last week, Kroes admitted that she can't to be forced into getting the jab. Kroes took to Instagram where she wrote that she will not be forced to prove her health to participate in society, and will not accept exclusion of people on the basis of their medical status.

She feels that freedom of speech is a right worth fighting for, but people can only solve this together in love and peace. Her anti-vax remarks didn't go down well with many and she ended up receiving a lot of negative comments, according to ET Canada.

Bündchen lent her support and said in the comment section, “I know Doutzen and she is a kind and loving person. I can’t believe the hate being directed at her because she expressed her feelings.”

The model feels the only way people can create a better world is through acceptance and compassion. She even invited people to silence their mind and go deep within to find love in their hearts so that "we can all unite in peace and create harmony in our lives and in our world. We need it more than ever.”

Bündchen's vaccination status is not known, but her husband, Tom Brady, got the shots. In fact, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback recently confirmed in an interview with Tampa Bay Times that he had COVID-19 in February.

There have been reports of fully-vaccinated people who have been infected, but the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said the COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective at helping protect against death and severe disease from different variants of the virus, including the highly contagious Delta variant.

Still, there are many who have spoken out against it, including rapper Nicki Minaj, who claimed that one of her cousins doesn't want to get vaccinated because his friend took the shots and ended up becoming impotent. She even told her Twitter followers to be comfortable with their decision, and not get bullied.

Doutzen Kroes Doutzen Kroes walks the runway during the Isabel Marant show as part of the Paris Fashion Week Womenswear Fall/Winter 2020/2021 on February 27, 2020 in Paris, France. Photo by Aurelien Meunier/Getty Images