Nigeria: Is This the Most Beautiful Girl in the World?

Five-year-old Nigerian is 'World's Most Beautiful Girl'

A five-year-old-girl has been dubbed 'the most beautiful in the world' after a photographer shared her images on social media.

Jare, was photographed by Mofe Bamuyiwa, who shared three stunning portraits of the girl on her Instagram account last week.

The images show the child posing in a simple setting showcasing her enormous eyes and perfectly smooth skin as well as her impressive head of hair.

The photographer captioned one of the pictures, "Oh yes she's human! She's also an angel!"

"I could have made her smile and make her laugh out loud but I put her in their natural moments for us to see through their eyes!" she added.

PLENTY OF PRAISE

Social media users were quick to praise Mofe's portraits of the child with the first of the three images amassing 18,000 likes.

Commenting on the photo a user, who goes by the name serenaqueen22 wrote, "The most beautiful girl in the world."

Agreeing, another added: "This beautiful child has broken the internet."

Two more portraits of the girl also received plenty of praise from followers who were 'enchanted' by the child's looks.

Little is known about Jare but Mofe has revealed that she is not a professional model.

The five-year-old lives with her two sisters - Jomi, 7, and Joba, 10, who also pose on their own Instagram account The J3 Sisters.

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