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Meet 21-year-old lady who allegedly dropped out of Oxford law school to be an Instagram star (photos)

Meet 21-year-old lady who allegedly dropped out of Oxford law school to be an Instagram star (photos)

- A young lady has allegedly abandoned her law school education to become an Instagram brand influencer

- The lady who already has more than eight hundred thousand followers on Instagram shares exercise tips

- She also uses the social media platform to sell her own fitness products

A 21-year-old lady identified as Grace Beverly who has reportedly abandoned her law career after she dropped out of school to pursue her dreams. The lady allegedly dropped out of Oxford law school to become an Instagram star.

It was gathered that the young lady has over on than eight hundred thousand followers on her personal Instagram page where she shares exercising tips and over thirty thousand followers on her business page where she sells fitness products.

According to DailyMail, the 21-year-old is now a full-time Instagram influencer under the name @GraceFitUK. She endorses other brands on her page.

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DailyMail reported that Beverly had graduated with distinctions at A-level exams from St Paul's Girls' School in west London. She has reportedly gotten three As and one B.

Beverly is also reported to have come from a well to do family. Her gather reportedly runs his own cusiness consultancy firm and her mother is a senior curator at the Victoria and Albert Museum.

She posts around four videos to endorse different brands a month and she has over three hundred thousand subscribers on YouTube.

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It was gathered that the undergraduate had started exercising and posting videos during her A-levels to track her exercise progress.

Beverly said: "I wanted to get fit for summer and didn’t expect it to continue. I will never give the university a reason to think that they are not my top priority. I’m extra-careful and extra-diligent and try extra hard in all my work. I can handle it and I can handle the stress. I like being busy. I’ve worked so hard to get to this point. I don’t want to look back and think I could have done so much better.”

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Despite the fact that her decision came as a shock to many, it is not a surprise that she chose to make money through social media. Many brand influencers on social media make thousands of dollars these days through partnerships with brands which pay them to advertise their products.

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