A dwarf refused to let her small stature hold her back from pursuing her dream of being a model. Fatima Timbo, the dwarf, is a British woman born with achondroplasia dwarfism. She is 4 feet tall and, despite being bullied by many people, she is quite proud of herself and has come to terms with her physical limitations. She is currently a graduate of the University of London, where she studied accounting, and she wishes to marry a respectable man and start a family one day.
This model is unconcerned about what others think of her; instead, she is focused on achieving her goal. She is self-assured in who she is, and her life has served as an example to many others. She is always posting stunning photos of herself on social media platforms, and she has many friends and followers. Check out her photos below.
This woman is demonstrating to others that they should not let their circumstances limit them, and that they should always strive to attain their goals, no matter what. Because of some impairments, some people always feel inferior to embrace their specific skill.
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