‘Most beautiful girl in the world’ is now 17 and launching a clothing line

You might remember the French model Thylane Blondeau, who was named the ‘world’s most beautiful girl’ when she was just six years old.

She took the fashion world by storm at a very young age, stunning with her model looks on the catwalk when she was just four years old and went on to feature on the cover of Vogue Enfants just two years later.

As the daughter of footballer Patrick Blondeau and fashion designer Veronika Loubryand, it’s unsurprising she’s entered the world of fashion herself – and she’s still praised for her beauty over a decade later now that she’s growing up.

At the age of 17 she is already starting her own clothing line, she took to Instagram to announce the news to her 2.4million followers.

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She wrote: "After working more than one year for you guys, HEAVEN MAY CLOTHING (my brand) is coming out really soon !!

"I can’t wait for u (sic) guys to see all the collection I made :)))) Ily and thank u for ur support."

Full details about the range still haven’t been revealed, but fans of the young model seemingly can’t wait for the collection to be revealed as the post has racked up up more than 90,000 likes.

One person commented: "Thats awesome! Congratulations! Can’t wait to see the stuff!"

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Another said they would "keep my fingers crossed for the plans to succeed"

And a third said: "We can’t wait to see all your incredible designs."

Thylane has modelled for the likes of Jean Paul Gaultier, Dolce & Gabbana, is a brand ambassador L’Oreal and has been named as the face of perfume Lolita Lempicka.

Judging some of the pics on the Heaven May website, the collection will feature casual sportswear items like joggers, t-shorts and sweatshirts.

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