Diary: Catwalk star is determined she won’t get the flick

In the age of girl-power even supermodels have gone DIY. Budding supermodel Olivia Inge was ’flattered but frustrated’ by inaccuracies in last November’s media reports that she had rejected a pounds 1 million modelling contract from a French agency to stay home and swot for her A levels.

In the age of girl-power even supermodels have gone DIY. Budding

supermodel Olivia Inge was ’flattered but frustrated’ by inaccuracies in

last November’s media reports that she had rejected a pounds 1 million

modelling contract from a French agency to stay home and swot for her A

levels.



Not wanting to be misrepresented again (London’s top agency Models One

offered a lucrative part time contract), Inge recently called Media

Interviews for some tips on dealing with the press.



The training company took just a day to teach her the basics, including

the vital advice - how to avoid flicking back her strawberry blonde

hair.



This media game’s a doddle once you get started.



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