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Biography of Aberdeen Model Alice Wardle and the 2007 winner of the Cosmopolitan and Simply Be Curvy Model modelling competition
Alice Wardle from Aberdeen was all set for a nursing career but sadly her eczema to her hands was made worse by the hand washing. She reluctantly had to give up her student nurse training but this proved to be a blessing because she was able to enter a modelling competition at the age of 21 years. She won the UK wide model competition by Simply Be to find the UK's sexiest curves women which girls who were a size 14 plus could enter. She is a curvy size 14.
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The prize from the co run Cosmopolitan and Simply Be Curvy Model modelling competition gave Alice Wardle from Aberdeen the fantastic opportunity of a year long contract with top model and fashion house company Excel Models who specialise in finding work for healthy and curvaceous models. Excel Models provide models for a range of companies that includes Marks and Spencer, The Body Shop, Levi and Vogue.
She also won the opportunity to model for the Simply Be catalogue that specialises in fashion for women of sizes 14 to 32 for two seasons along with £3000 of clothes.
Once being announced the winner of the Simply Be Curvy Model modelling competition 2007 she was further rewarded with her portfolio photographs being published in the January 2008 edition of the Cosmopolitan magazine.
She was educated at Mearns Academy and the Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen.
View photos of Alice Wardle at the official SimplyBe website at www.simplybe.co.uk
In between modelling she works as an admin assistance and lives in Ferryhill, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Her boyfriend is Malcolm Ruxton from Aberdeen who works at Shell as an accountant.
The model Alice Wardle does not do topless, nude, adult or naked modelling. There is no official website for Alice Wardle but her Bebo page can be found at www.bebo.com/whiss123
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