South Africans fall for beautiful little girl living with albinism

South Africans fall for beautiful little girl living with albinism

- Social media users have been gushing about the beauty of a young girl

- The girl, who lives with albinism, is an American actress and her photos have been doing the rounds on the internet worldwide

- She is best known for her role in Beyoncé's Lemonade video

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Social media users have fallen in love with a stunning child after her pictures were shared online. According to her social media page, the beautiful girl enjoys spreading "happiness and good vibes".

Ava Clarke lives with albinism but she has not let that stop her from being absolutely fabulous. Her Instagram page is filled with gorgeous selfies and professional photos.

She works as an actress and has been featured in a variety of projects, including Beyoncé's Lemonade visual album.

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The young actress lives with albinism and has embraced her unique yet stunning appearance, saying:

"Feeling beautiful is accepting your unique self and being happy with the way God made you. I'm proud of who I am and how I look!"

Mzansi social media users could not get enough of her when her pictures were shared recently. Twitter user Lungalisa1 said:

"Oh she so cute!"

Beekayboikanyo said:


CrN64944530 said:

"Wow, she's so adorable!"

VictorOguche6 said:

"Beauty beyond borders."

In other news, a 33-year-old woman from the United States identified as Emily Doucet has cried out after she was denied access to her dog's Facebook account and told to present a valid driver's licence for the pet.

Emily said she created the account for her pet named Max in 2010 and recently tried to log in to update his last name to her married name.

She, however, could not remember the password and was eventually locked out.

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Emily told BuzzFeed News: "I’m not sure how it happened, but I so rarely use the account that I honestly wasn’t too surprised."

She said since she was notified by Facebook that she had to verify Max's account by providing a government-issued ID or driver's license to access the account, she had no choice than to teach him how to drive. ( -> We have updated to serve you better

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