Madeline Stuart, age 18, has lately decided to pursue a career in modeling. The fact that Maddy has Down syndrome is what has made her tale so remarkable and gained her so much support, though.
Maddy hated that her weight prevented her from swimming and dancing as much as she wanted to. She shed 44 pounds with her mother’s (Rosanne) guidance (20kg). She decided to give modeling a try thanks to her renewed vigor and self-assurance, and she quickly found an advocate in the Living Dead label, which takes great satisfaction in signing models of all body kinds.
We’d like you to meet Maddy, an 18-year-old with Down syndrome who has a passion for the modeling industry.
She wanted to start modeling after losing 44 pounds (20 kg) for health reasons.
According to Maddy’s mother, “she truly wants to alter the way others prejudice towards disability.”
Anything may be accomplished by a person with Down syndrome; they just do it at their own pace. If you give them a shot, you’ll be rewarded more than you could have hoped for.
People with Down syndrome can be as attractive as anyone else, and I think it’s high time that the general public caught on to that fact.
When I tell people that my daughter has Down syndrome, I don’t want to hear “I’m sorry,” which is a pretty ignorant response, from them.
Most of the world’s models would have Down syndrome if external beauty were the criterion, but if the ordinary person could see the beauty Maddy has on the inside, how kind and caring she is, then most of them would have Down syndrome.
“I won the lottery the day Maddy was born; I have never felt more fortunate in my life.”