THE mum of twin girls dubbed "the most beautiful in the world" is being slammed online by other parents accusing her of "exploiting" her kids' good looks. Leah Rose and Ava Marie Clements - who are based in LA and Orange County - have racked up over one million Instagram followers in a matter of months, with the twins now being booked for lucrative fashion deals. The girls' mum, Jaqi, first signed the twins up for modelling at just six months old, but it wasn't until they reached Insta-fame that they were approached by brands. Scootin around town on our Microkickboard scooters!! We are so excited about the holidays we are giving one away!! The Winner of the Microkickboard Giveaway is: jungvictor!!! While Leah and Ava receive a lot of attention from fans - including some who have dubbed them "the most beautiful girls in the world" - others have slammed Jaqi for "taking away their childhood". This week, social media users have been expressing their concern via a thread on Reddit , with several accusing Jaqi of using the girls to make money. One user wrote: "Why do people do this?
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By Carly Stern For Dailymail. Two eight-year-old twins have been living a blessed existence since becoming known as 'he most beautiful girls in the world' on Instagram. Within months, the twin sisters racked up over a million Instagram followers, and they're now booking gigs with fashion publications and clothing brands. Lucky: Their mom started an Instagram account for them when they turned seven years old. The girls' mother, Jaqi, first signed them up to be models when they were just six months old. But they weren't really booking gigs as babies, since Jaqi had a hard time juggling that as well as raising a two-year-old son. On July 7, , though. Lela and Ava turned seven years old, and Jaqi took it as a sign. Then, at the end of December of that year, DailyMail.
This can be done. I suggest to run as it will not get better. With minimal support on my side and going against everything I had grown up learning, I had to trust my relationship with God. When I think about it now it sounds absolutely mental and there is no way I would do it again. You will join the church. I am the wife of a general surgeon in his mid 50s. He went out and purchased a promise ring, but was holding off on giving it to me.
Just to make things worse I am from South America, he is australian and we live in Australia, no much support here Anyway good to know that I am not the only one. I find that I walk on egg shells when he is home. Congratulations on understanding that and avoiding problems. As someone starting residency next year and whose father and brother went through it, and whose girlfriend is about to start it I have to say that you can't be mad at him for not sacrificing something to spend time with you - there is literally nothing else to sacrifice; residency is called residency because the doctors used to live in the hospitals, and it was akin to monks in monastery.