Model spills on biggest achievements – from racy Page 3 job to pageant success

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Gorgeous model Apollonia Llewellyn opened up about her biggest achievements in a candid Q&A session with fans.

Earlier this week, the blonde bombshell took to her Instagram to chat to her 399,000 followers.

They got to ask her everything and anything – and many people wanted to know what the 21-year-old was most proud of in her career so far.

Apollonia confessed her Page 3 career was up there as one of her biggest accomplishments.

The stunner, who sometimes goes by her model name of Barbi, explained: "Becoming a Page 3 girl was a huge deal for me. I remember seeing Page 3 girls and being in awe!"

As well as this, Apollonia said that buying her "dream car" recently was also a huge achievement for her.

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The beauty showed off her new luxury sports car on Instagram earlier this month after making $100,000 (£72,000) from her OnlyFans account.

In a gorgeous snap, she stripped down to a tiny, pink bikini and fluffy shoes while posing on the motor – which was also bright pink.

Talking about the car, which featured a personalised numberplate, she said: "I made my dreams a reality."

Finally, Apollonia said representing the country at 18-years-old at an international beauty pageant was a huge deal for her.

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The model previously revealed that she overcame school bullies – who brand her a branded a "fat w***e" – to compete in a beauty pageant.

She claims her family home was regularly pelted with stones and eggs, and said he was even sent death threats through the post.

Unfortunately, the model says she still gets hate online now.

Apollonia, from Barnsley, South Yorkshire, said: "I get nasty messages all the time, it's crazy."

She added: "You'd think at my age I'd be past all this but it's not just teenagers – it's grown men and women taking the time to do it.

"If I said things like that to someone I probably wouldn't be able to sleep as I'd feel so bad, I don't understand what makes them write comments like that."

Despite the hate, she said her parents are "proud" of her for what she's achieved.

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