Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 20 September 2014

Glamour world 'Nuts' for Jenny

A curvy Ulster beauty is taking on the likes of Michelle Marsh and Lucy Pinder in the glamour modelling world.

A curvy Ulster beauty is taking on the likes of Michelle Marsh and Lucy Pinder in the glamour modelling world.

Carrickfergus stunner Jenny Marshall is a rising star in the UK's top lads' mags.

She is already a familiar face in Nuts, which features her latest sexy photoshoot in this week's issue.

Her glamour career took off earlier this year when she won the magazine's Bedroom Babes competition.

But Jenny isn't just a pretty face, the 24-year-old also has her own business, a beauty salon - Jentye Beauty - in her home town.

And she is mother to four-year-old Tyler.

"Yes, I'm kept busy," laughs Jenny.

"I've been modelling for six or seven years now at home. A few months ago, I sent a picture into Nuts and they entered me into the Bedroom Babes competition and their readers voted for me.

"Then they flew me out to London to do a photoshoot, that's how all this started.

"The reason I've gone down the glamour modelling route is because I am only 5ft 3in tall and I wouldn't have got a lot of catwalk stuff.

"But I don't do topless or anything like that."

Jenny, who isn't signed to an agency, is also a successful part-time model in Northern Ireland.

Last week, she shot promotional material for Fermanagh District Council.

Earlier this year, Jenny made it into the regional finals of the annual Specsavers modelling competition.

"I've decided to really give modelling a go, as I turn 25 next year," she added.

"I've been doing shoots for magazines in London for the past few months and I'm really enjoying it.

"The first men's mag I did was an Irish one called FI.

"I did a big Lara Croft thing for them.

"I also launched the magazine in a tandem 13,500ft sky-dive, so that's how all this literally took off!"

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