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Jare: Dub The ‘most beautiful girl in the world’ now an international model

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You all remember Jare, the 5-year-old Nigerian girl who hit the spotlight when pictures of her sisters and her surfaced online in 2018. Since then, she has been tagged the ‘black Barbie’. The cute little brown-faced beauty was named the ‘most beautiful girl in the world’, and ever since then, she has been trending with lots of photographers swarming around her just to get pictures of the little round-faced beauty.

With the serious attention is getting from photographers and fashion houses who would give anything to have Jare in any of their outfits modeling for them there is no doubt that her career in the fashion and modeling lane is clear cut.

Having attracted a lot of local, it seems international houses have also noticed her and are itching to have a bit of her too. Most recently, she was pictured on the Instagram page of international kids luxury brand, Princess ford. She posed in various outfits looking elegantly beautiful as she always does.

Having already gotten an international fashion brand like Princess Ford to work with, it would just be a matter of time before she would be hounded by other fashion and modeling houses. At a tender age of 5, Jare is doing what a lot of people struggled ages to accomplish and she is doing it quite effortlessly.

With Jare and her 2 sister modeling for Princess Ford Haute Couture- a luxury fashion brand for girls, it is quite safe to say that they are the next big thing that going to hit the fashion and modeling world by storm.

Alongside Janet Jumbo, a 16-year-old Nigerian girl who just became the first Nigerian to work for Louis Vuitton, these kids are sure going to make their home country proud if they decide to continue in the career path that has unfolded itself ahead of them.

The younger generation are really taking the fashion world by the horns these days and they are making their mark in whatever facet of fashion they find themselves in. The younger generation are the future of tomorrow and they sure are.

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