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This Aspiring Model With Down Syndrome Is On A Mission To Change Your Perception

This Aspiring Model With Down Syndrome Is On A Mission To Change Your Perception
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Everybody is unique in their own way, and everyone has got the power to achieve whatever they want in life. Madeline, an 18-year-old is on a mission to prove the world that people with Down syndrome can also achieve greatness. She aspires to walk down the ramp and become the trendsetter of the modelling industry. Let's go through her journey till now and get inspired.

 

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Meet the cute teenager Madeline Stuart

Meet the cute teenager Madeline Stuart

She is from Brisbane, Australia and has begun to chase her dream of modelling.

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The reason for choosing modelling was to change the opinion of the society.

The reason for choosing modelling was to change the opinion of the society.
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Don't rack your brain now.

Don't rack your brain now.
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She has Down syndrome and wishes to inspire people to follow their dreams in spite of having a syndrome or some other problem.

You won't believe this!

You won't believe this!
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Maddy has put a lot of efforts for this. She recently lost 40 pounds with the help of swimming, dance and cheer leading.

She has become more confident now.

She has become more confident now.
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Her mom, Roseanne feels that Maddy has grown up to be much more confident than ever before.

Maddy's tranformation

Maddy's tranformation
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During her childhood, people saw her in a stroller and commented that she should not be in the public and must stay inside.

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The doctors said she would never achieve anything.

The doctors said she would never achieve anything.
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But, she broke the walls and came out as a fighter.

Just look at her!

Just look at her!
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People who are handicapped or have some kind of syndrome must not be looked down by the society. Always remember that everyone has the capability to achieve whatever they want to be.

Isn't she beautiful?

Isn't she beautiful?
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Roseanne makes a point that no one must be critical of her daughter.

Be grateful, always.

Be grateful, always.
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Maddy says that people with Down syndrome can do anything, but it is just that they do it at their own pace. She totally proves that nothing in the world is impossible. Just dream it and live it!

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