At 6yr. She Was Named, ‘Most Beautiful Girl In The World’ – Now She’s All Grown Up

This answers the question of ‘where do you go after being named the world’s most beautiful girl at age 6?’

Maybe you remember her.

Although — it’s been ten years, now. She’s not quite the little kid she used to be.

Let’s show her photo again in case you don’t remember.

Where do you go from there?

For one thing, you show up for your international ‘debut’ wearing an outfit worth more than $10K and designed by Michael Kors.

You sit at major events near Hollywood A-listers.

You have the world oooh-ing and ahhhh-ing just because you’ve shown up to an event.

We get it. She’s a cute kid.

What’s more… she’s connected.

Not at all like your typical 16-year-old kid.


So what next? Probably a lot of the same things that other girls her age do — dip her toe into the waters of adulthood, and figure out which of the options in front of her are the ones she wants to pursue.

Well, among any other doors that have opened before her, hopefully, there is someone in her life ready to help her sidestep the relational landmines so many other ‘A-listers’ have stepped on in own their romantic lives.

You know… the kind of solid, life-changing advice you’ll find here.

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