Gold mining daughter Amber Nadeau has revealed that she had a very hard time finding work as a model in Australia, having to use her modelling skills to feed her family in the States.
The 17-year-old, who has a large family in Melbourne, says she has a passion for modelling and said she is a bit scared of going abroad because she wants to be able to take a more stable lifestyle, which she said she has yet to achieve.
She said she was initially scared of the language barrier in Australia but it was easier when she got the job, despite the language barriers.
Ms Nadeaux said she had “always had a passion” for modelling.
“I have always been passionate about modelling, I was a little bit shy when I first started because I’m a little girl,” she said.
I don’t want to go to a country where I don’t have the chance to go outside and have a normal life.” “
You work on a regular basis, you work out, you’re in your room all day, and you have a job, you do it all day long.”
I don’t want to go to a country where I don’t have the chance to go outside and have a normal life.
“Ms Nadesaus family is living in a caravan in Perth and she said modelling could be her “dream job”.
Ms Nidesaux said the work has been good for her, with her “a lot of friends” who can help with logistics and accommodation.
She has also been able to make some money from modelling.
“We just need to get some money together, and get a little help.” “
If I can do that for my family, I’m really happy, and I would like to do that, but it’s a bit hard,” she told ABC News.
“We just need to get some money together, and get a little help.”
The teenager said she did not think she would be able for long to get a job as a modelling agent, as she is still learning the trade.
“It’s been so hard, I don