Courtnie Quinlan is a recurring Page 3 girl in the UK newspaper The Sun. We can see those big, beautiful brown eyes from all the way over in America.

Here's Courtnie's story from her official website:

How I got into modelling....I didn't really have boobs until I was 16 so never thought I'd have what it takes to be a model... I think I grew them over night! So when I was 18 I entered a local competition to be in a charity swimwear/underwear calendar. I was voted by the public as one of the winners which I couldn't believe as I only entered for fun and to raise money for St Luke's Hospice. It was a major confidence boost which made me come out of my shell finally. Sat in a Podiatry lecture one day, I was still truly disliking my course even after passing my first year, knowing that I could not be a Podiatrist for the rest of my life. I was still on a high after winning the charity modelling competition that I thought I'd forward pictures to an agency as I really enjoyed being in front of the camera.
A few days later I found myself in London after being called in by the agency, and lucky enough was taken on. Since then, I haven't really looked back. I put uni on hold to concentrate on modelling, and I am happier now than I've ever been.

Courtnie has appeared in Front, Zoo, Nuts and Loaded magazines among others.

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