Thylane Blondeau, the young French supermodel who was dubbed as the “most beautiful girl in the world”, is all grown up now and at 16 years old still gracing covers of high fashion magazines and strutting the runway.
The daughter of professional football player Patrick Blondeau and actress Veronika Loubry may just be a teenager but she is already a veteran model as she started her career at the age of four.
With her piercing blue eyes and outstanding bone structure, the title of most beautiful girl is arguably still hers. With 1.2 million followers on her Instagram account and a recent signing with a highly coveted modeling agency, IMG Worldwide, Thylane is on her way to dominating the fashion world even before she becomes legally allowed to drive or drink.
In a recent interview with Teen Vogue, the stunning model was asked about her opinion on people giving her a hard time because of her age and she replied candidly: “Well, Kate Moss started modeling at the age of 15, and that was a little while ago. So, no. I’m not too young. If you have a good agency and people who take care of you… it’s perfect.”
Controversy about Thylane Blondeau’s young age began when she posed for a steamy photoshoot for a fashion magazine at the young age of 10. According to critics and parents worldwide, the theme, poses, outfits, and concept of the entire photo shoot were not suited for a 10-year-old girl.
E! News, at that time, interviewed well-known therapist of child models, Barbara Neitlich, with the latter explaining that “There is simply no situation where a child should be dressed up and put on display and overly sexualized.” She then added, “Putting prepubescent girls in situations such as this can create a detachment from reality into fantasy.”
Many therapists and child psychologists provided their professional opinion on the issue, but Thylane’s mother only has this to say about the controversy: “The only thing that shocked me [was] that the necklace she wore was worth 3 million Euros!”.
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