What Does “the Most Beautiful Little Girl in the World” Look Like Now?

It seems that Thylane Blondeau was destined for greatness since before she was even born.

This model is only 20, and already has a hefty track record – which she began working on at the tender age of 4, when her first foray into modeling already made waves in the high-fashion industry.

But Blondeau’s career isn’t a simple story. In addition to her phenomenal success, a controversy riddles her past. Where did this blue-eyed girl come from, what has she been through, and where is she now?

Read on to find out.

Born in the Spotlight

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Thylane Blondeau was born in the spotlight – almost literally.

Born in 2001 to French soccer star Patrick Blondeau and TV presenter and actress Véronika Loubry, Blondeau was never a stranger to celebrity life. But in addition to fame and fortune, Thylane also inherited her parents’ stunning looks – which led them to consider a child modeling career for her.

They decided she should try it, but even with their faith in their daughter, they could never have predicted just how far she’d come, and how quickly she’d do it.

They decided she should try it, but even with their faith in their daughter, they could never have predicted just how far she’d come, and how quickly she’d do it.

Thylane’s Father

Thylane’s father, Patrick Blondeau, is an international soccer player. He has played for and captained teams in both the French Ligue 1 and the British Premier League. His professional career was highly successful, but today, he no longer plays, but rather, focuses on coaching.

But while her father is a good looking man who’s no stranger to public appearances and bespoke clothing, Thylane’s real connection to the fashion and modeling world was originally made through her mother, whose affinity to fashion is much, much stronger.

Thylane’s Mother

Thylane’s mother, Véronika Loubry, is somewhat of a celebrity in France. Véronika has starred in several television shows, including Le Miracle de l’amour and the sitcom Paradis d’enfer, as well as as an interviewer on the cable and sattelite network show Hit MCM. She was highly regarded as a talented interviewer, and her screen presence was lauded by viewers everywhere. But despite her talent as a TV personality, her real passion, it seems, was actually focused on something else entirely.

Fashion Designer

In addition to her on-screen career, Véronika Loubry is, in fact, a noted fashion designer.

She’s tried her hand in multipe designs, runway shows and catalogues, aand it was this connection to the fashion world that opened up the door to her daughter’s modeling career.

When Loubry looked at her young daughter with a professional eye, she had no doubt about it; Thylane could – and would – be a star.

But even with her experience in the field, Thylane’s mother couldn’t anticipate just how much of a splash her daughter would make.

Walking the Runway

Recognized as strikingly beautiful even as a toddler, Blondeau started her modeling career at the age of 4, when she walked on the runway for Jean Paul Gaultier. While some countries today have a minimum age requirement preventing people under the age of 17 from participating in runway events, Blondeau’s native France allows it, and the young toddler, who appeared on stage accompanied by an older model, was a huge success. But this was only the beginning of her work as a model.

First Photoshoot

When Thylane Blondeau was 7, three years after she first took to modeling, she participated in her first ever photoshoot, with photographer Dani Brubaker, one of the fashion industry’s most prominent photographers. Burbaker had photographed models for successful international magazines like Seventeen, Cosmopolitan, Nylon Magazine and many others, and his work with Thylane was explosive. This initial photoshoot would lead on to many others, and soon, Thylane found herself modeling regularly. It was one specific photoshoot, however, which took place 3 years later, when she was ten years old, that would change her life forever.

Vogue Paris

By the time she was 10, Blondeau was participating in photoshoots for high-end fashion publications regularly, so when she took part in a shoot for Vogue Paris’ children issue, she and her parents didn’t think much of it at first.


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