Katie Green is an English model from Chichester, West Sussex. She was first given an opportunity to model when a Surrey photographer arranged a test-shoot for her at Image Park Studio in West Sussex. Green was originally signed to represent Wonderbra in July 2008, but her agency required her to lose weight, and she refused, ending her contract. Green is unusual among models because of her weight for someone her size and her refusal to lose weight to conform to the norms agencies expect of models. She initiated a campaign against size zero models with the Liberal Democrat MP Lembit Öpik. Green continues to model and has appeared in numerous publications and campaigns.
About Katie Green
English model who modeled for Wonderbra and signed to the Premier Model Management agency and the Unleashed PR agency which led to her becoming the face of Ultimo's D-G Range.
She applied for FHM's High Street Honeys competition in 2007 and finished in the top 10 in 2008.
She launched a campaign in 2009 called Say No to Size Zero which was against size zero models and encouraged a stop to underweight models being involved on catwalks.
She was born the youngest of four children in West Sussex.
She modeled for Ultimo's D-G Range alongside model Melinda Messenger.
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