Jare Ijalana: 'Most Beautiful Girl' spotted at her first runway appearance in London

Jare Ijalana: 'Most Beautiful Girl' spotted at her first runway appearance in London

- 6-year-old Nigerian model Jare Ijalana has been spotted walking the runway in London

- Before the fashion show, Jare shared the good news with her fans in a cute video where she was seen strutting for the camera

- The 6-year-old was described as the Most Beautiful Girl in the World by Yahoo Lifestyle in 2018

Jare Ijalana did a photoshoot in 2018 that changed her life forever. She and her family woke up one day to see the world gushing about her beauty.

The little model, who was 4 years old at the time, was later famed as the Most Beautiful Girl in the World by Yahoo Lifestyle in 2018. Ever since then, Jare's life has changed and she has been working hard to keep on rising.

6-year-old Jare has done it again as she walks the runway at London Fashion Week. YEN.com.gh had reported that Jare shared her plans to walk the runway with her fans on social media.

In the photos shared on her Instagram page, Jare was seen fulfilling her dreams on the runway. Photos of her strutting in different designs were shared on the page.

One photo showed her in a fluffy pink high-low dress, a second one showed her looking angelic in a lacey white floor-length dress designed with feathers. In another photo, she was seen in ankara print dress paired with a matching now headband.

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh had earlier reported that the Nigerian child model recently was recently invited to the Child Summit and Awards that was held at the British Council Auditorium in Accra, Ghana, with the theme: Strengthening Child Protection Systems in Africa on Saturday, September 7, 2019.

Jare won awards under the categories of the bravest and most daring, as well as the most strategically sound and forward-looking African child with measurable achievement in the entertainment industry as a fashion icon/model of repute.

The Child Summit and Awards is an annual event that celebrates and gives proper recognition through the conferment of awards of excellence to African children under the ages of 17.

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Source: YEN.com.gh

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