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Phaedra Parks signs with elite modeling agency

Phaedra Parks signs with elite modeling agency
Phaedra Parks (Photo credit: Robert Ector)

Former “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Phaedra Parks has added a new gig to her list of “jobs.” In the midst of solo parenting her two sons, Prince and Mr. President, Ayden, 7, and Dylan, 4, respectively, and juggling her law practice and funeral business, she’s added model to her credits.

She has signed with Wilhelmina Models, the prominent, 50-year-old talent management agency headquartered in New York.

In an exclusive interview published by US Weekly, the 5-foot-1 Parks says, “I have the opportunity to show people that beauty can come in every size, shade, color and age. It’s exciting and an adventure!”

#Ode to @dianaross the #legend #boss #icon Special thanks to my glam squad: @jamiegracestylist #noIGJeremy & @bellissimothestylist Hair: @dwhitewash & @thebeehyvehair MUA: @beautybott 📸: @robector

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Here’s what else we learned during the interview about Parks’ “revenge body” and “aging backward.”

Stylish: What would be your dream campaign?

Parks: Well I would love [to] be the face of [a] skin care brand. I have great skin, I love makeup, but I love to be able to take off the makeup and have beautiful skin.

Stylish: How do you feel about showing some skin and really taking it off for the camera?

Parks:  I don’t mind baring it all, I have been wearing g-strings and baring it all really every season for seven years. I had two children on national T.V.  I love nudity! I’ve brought a lot of exotic entertainers on the show, so I love my body and I’ve got curves. I’m a mother of two children, so I’m not perfect, but I have no problem getting naked.

Stylish: Do you think wrapping up your divorce led you to get a revenge body?

Parks: Well, a lot of things happened in my personal life. Going through everything was so much stress, but then when it finished it was just effortless. I feel like I turned into Benjamin Button and started aging backward, I started being happy.

For more of this interview visit US Weekly.

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