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The Lady Who Died More Than 10yrs Ago, But Her Photos Still Show In Newspapers, TV & Billboards

Some great people have achieved many things and left great legacies behind. These kinds of people won't be forgotten so easily after their death. This is the same story with a lady who worked hard during her days on earth. She was regarded as one of the greatest models in the world.

Marilyn Monroe was born in 1926, she was raised by a single parent who was her mother. She never knew who her father was because he left them when she was very little. Marilyn's mother was very sick that she spent most of her days in the hospital. She was left with no one to take care of her.

This made her start staying with people, both the ones who are related to her and those who are not related to her. Her mother visits her sometimes from the hospital. Marilyn started working for money after she ran out of the home of people with who she was living. She said the family was never treating her well, they assaulted her sometimes.

She started working in a wood workshop to make some money for herself. She spent some years working in the workshop until she got the opportunity to model for a particular brand. She was undoubtedly a very beautiful lady, and she was the perfect person for the particular photoshoot the brand wanted then.

She never knew this photoshoot will elevate her from grass to grace. From that day, she started modeling for popular brands. Her beauty, posture, and her physique made it easier for her. Many brands wanted her to model their goods for them, and she became very popular. According to reports, she has died many years ago, but her photos are still used for modeling, her photos still appear in newspapers, television screens, and even on billboards.

She has more than 10 million followers on her Facebook page, and the page is still working till today with her photos intact. She's known as one of the most popular models in the world. Please like, share, and follow me up.

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