Actress Brooke Shields returned to her Ivy League university on Monday to address students on Princeton Class Day.
The star, who graduated in 1987, congratulated students for all their hard work, recalling the fun she had at the school's Nude Olympics, which have since been banned at Princeton.
Shields said, "You survived, through all of the hard work, the fear, the anger, the tears, the fatigue, the joy, the sadness, the feelings of success, the love, the excitement, the fun - and that was all just during Nude Olympics."
The actress also recalled what it was like being a celebrity student at Princeton, revealing her grades were published in Life magazine, and a National Enquirer photographer once tried to take pictures of her in the shower.
She confessed that the friends she made at Princeton are still among her closest - and urged the class of 2011 to keep hold of the relationships they made at university: "Loyalty is what I always got and loyalty is what you always get.
"I urge you to surround yourself with good and honest people."
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