Life is good for the former boybander.

Zayn Malik is one of the most famous popstars in the world, but in a new interview with the Evening Standard, he revealed what he enjoys most is just his private life and relationship with girlfriend Gigi Hadid.

The British hunk admitted during the sit-down that it's nice to have a supermodel lady love that understands fame and everything that comes with it.

"Oh yes, definitely — she gets it, she’s very understanding. But I can understand how it can look, that you’ve got these two people in a ‘power couple.' That’s not something I want to be a part of. I’m with her because I like her and I hope she’s with me because she likes me. When we come home, we don’t really talk about that s**t. We just spend time together as a normal couple, cook food, watch TV, have a laugh," he gushed.

The "Pillowtalk" crooner also discussed his Muslim faith, and how the religion is often misunderstood and feared.

"I’m not currently practising but I was raised in the Islamic faith, so it will always be with me, and I identify a lot with the culture. But I’m just me. I don’t want to be defined by my religion or my cultural background," he mused.

He proceeded to share a story about being profiled at the airport, and was surprisingly understanding about the incident in light of recent terror attacks.

"The first time I came to America, I had three security checks before I got on the plane; first they said that I’d been randomly selected, and then they said it was something to do with my name, it was flagging something on their system…Then when I landed, it was like a movie. They kept me there for three hours, questioning me about all kinds of crazy stuff. I was 17, my first time in America, jet-lagged off the plane, confused. The same thing happened the next time too," he recounted.

"I understand the level of caution that needs to be taken, especially now, in the light of certain events at home. I don’t think there’s any benefit to getting angry — it’s something that comes with the climate. I understand why they’ve got to do it," he added.

As for his famous struggles with anxiety? Breaking off from One Direction and going solo helped with the condition, he says.

"It’s not a thing that you just get rid of overnight but it’s getting to a much more manageable place. I think it came from a lack of confidence, just a sense of disbelief [sic] in myself. You have a certain sense of control, which is nice. And I’m more confident in my ability and what I want to give to my fans. I can think of people coming out to see me perform as a positive thing now, rather than something I am dreading,” he explained.

Sounds like he's got it all figured out!