An adorable girl with Down’s Syndrome is flooding the internet with her cute pictures. She is just 4 years old and dreams of becoming a model.

Michelle, mother of the girl said –

“Francesca has been modeling since she was very young. She loves it and was the first toddler in Malta to take part in a modeling competition and won the junior top model.”

In an interview, Michelle shared that her daughter loves doing modeling. Francesca is “very comfortable on the catwalk”, so much so that when she appeared alongside Madeline in November 2019, it was her 50th time on the runway!

Francesca Rausi wins thousands of hearts in November last year. After her stuff on the runway during a fashion show for disabled models in Malta.

Francesca alongside Australian model Madeline Stuart. The world’s first catwalk model with Down’s syndrome

The world’s first international model with Down Syndrome – Madeline has changed the outlook of the modeling industry.  In 2017, Forbes named Madeline number one for Diversity in the Fashion Industry. It is because of her willingness to challenge traditional beauty standards, she has reached so far.

Michelle added expressing –

“Michelle, believes that she’s more than capable of the job too. I feel very emotional watching her because I see the happiness in her eyes. It’s out of this world.”

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Charity organizer Tiziana told to a spokesperson –

 “Our goal is to create a real inclusion, trying to involve all the different disabilities by breaking down the mental barriers of those who see disability as a limit. Instead, we see it and live as a resource and a wealth to share.”

Tiziana Randisi has established the Malta fashion show in 2018. To create awareness and wanted inclusion between people with different disabilities. Her last year’s show featured 22 incredible models under category from four to 24 years old.

Francesca’s life as an aspiring model is now being documented on Instagram. The life-changer girl has garnered more than 4,000 followers so far.

She is doing what she loves