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Is this the most beautiful girl in the world? Russian child model aged 6, already has 500,000 Instagram followers (Photos)
Anastasia Knyazeva from Russia, has already amassed a legion of fans online, who have been wowed by her doll-like features and striking blue eyes. At just six-years-old, the youngster is already a successful child model, having starred in a number of national campaigns including one for the Russian brand Chobi Kids.
Anastasia’s Instagram account, which is run by her mother, Anna, has half a million followers, and each picture attracts hundreds of comments on the little girl’s striking appearance.
She regularly posts photographs of the six-year-old’s photoshoots, as well as snaps of her backstage.
Each photograph receives hundreds of comments about the youngster’s striking features.
One commented ‘OMG .. I think she is the most beautiful girl on the earth !!’, while another wrote: ‘What a beautifull eyes [sic].’
Another follower posted ‘She really looks like a doll’, while one added: ‘What a cutie she is.’
Anastasia’s mother has been sharing photos of her little girl since July 2015, when the burgeoning model was four years old.
The youngster has previously modelled for major brands in Russia, including Amoreco and Kisabiano.
She was also voted the face of Little Miss Aoki, a line from luxury couture house Mischka Aoki, in October last year.
Her rise comes after Thylane Blondeau (pictured inset left aged six), the daughter of footballer Patrick Blondeau, was infamously hailed as the most beautiful girl in the world when she appeared on the cover of Vogue Enfants as a child. Now 16, Thylane recently walked the runway for Dolce & Gabbana at Milan Fashion Week.
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