I don't think I'm any different from most people on this thread and would say that it's my mum, but if to pick somebody famous, perhaps, Natalia Vodianova for her never ending charity work and changing people's minds about disabilities in her native country and other countries too.
My idol is Michelle Obama as she is one of the most powerful women in the world and thankfully uses it to great effect, helping to change a nation for the better and focusing on programs and projects around the world, such as anti-obesity initiatives and pushes for women to received education around the globe. A strong woman, fashion icon, devoted mother, Harvard graduate and an accomplished lawyer and writer,
My idol might seem like an odd pick to some, but Nicki Minaj is mine.
She's so strong and not afraid to speak her mind. She's incredibly successful, hard working and driven.
She will speak up for what she believes in and when she feels she's treated unfairly.
She's in a male dominated industry yet thrives #nickiminaj #myidol
My idol is my husband, at the age of 42 he had a heart transplant, within 3 weeks he was home and recovering. Two years later a bone marrow transplant. Not once has he moaned no matter how bad he has felt. He is embracing life and living it for his donor.