cf167865f11b5176987262e3a1a019e4 2327d727e9923a8561f727a2e473797c 568451a3950cdb4ebedc4bd26c0b382a jalouse-2013-06-jundragged6 Behati Prinsloo by Bjarne Jonasson - Venice Beach 14 jpg73 jpg215 Jalouse-2013 jalouse-2013-06-jundragged23 jalouse-2013-06-jundragged13 jalouse-2013-06-jun (dragged) 24 800x1031xbehati-prinsloo-greg-kadel3.jpg.pagespeed.ic.5B-KWiKnWz free-people-behati-prinsloo13 800x1031xbehati-prinsloo-greg-kadel6.jpg.pagespeed.ic.Ktkwtgp3NE 800x1031xbehati-prinsloo-greg-kadel5.jpg.pagespeed.ic.59F2QjBv_H 800x1031xbehati-prinsloo-greg-kadel4.jpg.pagespeed.ic.R4V8_J25Yh vogue-spain-april-2014-behati-prinsloo-by-greg-kadel-7 behati-prinsloo-greg-kadel7 d8eb0df657c1643aef6cd08ff88966b6 behati-prinsloo-greg-kadel2 Behati Prinsloo would have to be one of  my favourite models at the moment. The exotic Namibian model was discovered on holiday in South Africa at age 16, by Sarah Doukas (founder of Storm Modelling), who also discovered Kate Moss. She has quickly risen to become one of the world’s top models, with a prized Victoria’s Secret contract, and having graced numerous magazine covers, and runway shows for some of fashion’s biggest names.

Not only is she stunningly beautiful, but she possesses this wild child, goofy quality that makes her so loveable and relatable.