Oxford student abandons law career so she can be a star on Instagram

Oxford student abandons law career so she can be a star on Instagram

 She attended a £9,600-a-year nursery and no fewer than four public schools, then won a place at Oxford.

But well-heeled Grace Beverley, 21, has now shelved plans for a career in law – to become a full-time ‘Instagram influencer’ instead.

Under the name GraceFitUK, she already has more than a million followers online, where she shares exercise tips in tight sportswear. She uses social media to sell her own fitness products – and endorse other brands with sponsored videos.

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Miss Beverley went to Oxford after getting an A*, two A’s and one B at A-level at the prestigious St Paul’s Girls’ School in west London. This followed periods at three other private schools during a six-figure education that began at a bilingual nursery, La Petite Ecole Francaise, which now costs £9,600 per year.

Her father, Peter, runs his own business consultancy while her mother, Victoria, is a senior curator at the Victoria and Albert Museum. 

However, instead of pursuing a high-powered professional career like many of her peers, Miss Beverley hopes to emulate the likes of Zoella – the British social media superstar worth an estimated £2

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