Ex-Prem star’s daughter dubbed ‘world’s most beautiful girl’ stuns in bikini

Patrick Blondeau might not be a household name among Premier League fans while his stints at Sheffield Wednesday and Watford are hardly memorable to say the least.

However, some might be more familiar with his daughter Thylane, who has close to 6 million followers on Instagram and has been modelling since the age of four. In fact, the 21-year-old was once titled the 'world's most beautiful girl' aged just six and she has worked for some of the biggest companies in the world.

Some of them include Dolce & Gabbana, L'Oreal and Versace, while the brunette beauty also topped TC Candler's "100 Most Beautiful Faces." And she has been treating her army of Instagram followers to some sizzling snaps in her bikini.

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Thylane is currently on holiday in Ibiza where she has been enjoying the beautiful sights and gorgeous coastline. Her latest batch of Insta pics include her out on the ocean posing in her bikini beneath a cave.

The first pic shows off her gorgeous figure while the second included a cheeky selfie of herself and a pal. The post, which garnered plenty of attention, was captioned: "Sea life."

One reply read: "you're so cute." While another comment said: "My favorite beauty of all time."

"So gorgeous," a third person posted and another replied: "Enjoy your summer les amoureux."

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Thylane founded her own clothing brand, Heaven May, at the age of 18 back in 2018, the same year she was placed first in the annual "Independent Critics List of the 100 Most Beautiful Faces of 2018". Just a year before, she starred alongside Zendaya in Dolce & Gabbana's 2017 campaign.

While the model's father might have some of the hardiest of Premier League fans scratching his head, Blondeau had a better time in Ligue 1 where he made nearly 150 appearances for Monaco and played for Marseille for three years. In 1997, the ex-defender even played twice for France – a year before they hosted the World Cup.


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