“I became aware of my looks in my teens and felt so confident that I went to modelling school,” she said. “Beauty is the bomb and, if you’re lucky enough to have it, it’s like winning the genetic lottery.”Conversely, Ms Ndola said her looks caused her to be cautious of people’s intentions when she first met them, and she was aware that women felt threatened and men found her intimidating.She was also conscious that people assumed her success was down to her looks, rather than talent. Despite this, Ms Ndola refused to change and said she wouldn’t lower her standards for others.“I’ve made myself happy with who I am and what I look like, and if I change that in any way then I would just be unhappy,” she said.

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