She was called “the most beautiful girl in the world” when she was 3 years old. This is how she looks at 17 years

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Thylane Blondeau, a young child with an enchanting face, gained fame as “the most beautiful girl in the world” at the tender age of 10. Let’s take a look at her transformation. Thylane, the daughter of former football player Patrick Blondeau and Véronika Loubry, has blossomed into a stunning young woman. Starting her modeling career at a young age, she has come a long way. Recently, she was spotted by paparazzi alongside her partner. While many women dream of participating in beauty contests and winning the top spot, Thylane Blondeau achieved remarkable success without even having to compete for a title.

Since she was very young, modeling agencies were captivated by her charming appearance. Even at the tender age of 10, her mesmerizing blue eyes, flowing hair, captivating gaze, and full lips earned her the title of “the most beautiful girl in the world.” Born in April 2001, Thylane is the eldest child of Véronika Loubry and Patrick Blondeau, who have since separated. At the age of 4, Thylane impressed Jean Paul Gaultier, who invited her to a fashion show, sparking the admiration of modeling agencies.

In 2010, there was a lot of buzz surrounding a story in which a girl posed for Vogue magazine. The topic of discussion was about young girls who wear excessive makeup and display hypersexual behavior. Thylane, the girl in question, graced the front pages of Teen Vogue and Jalouse, creating quite a stir. After gaining recognition in the fashion and beauty industries, this adorable girl even went on to design a line for Eleven Paris.

She later made an appearance in the film Belle et Sébastien. A year later, she was selected as the face of L’Oréal, and graced the cover of L’Officiel. Thylane Blondeau and her new partner were seen in the south of France. The young woman, who started her fashion career as a child, now proudly shows off a slim, appealing figure.

Do you think she is beautiful? 

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