The Internet is breaking over the 'world's most beautiful soldier'
Elena Deligioz is a woman who became Internet famous after being dubbed the “world’s most beautiful soldier.”
Her photos have gone viral on a number of social media sites.
But Deligioz is actually young businesswoman who sells military paraphenilia through an online store, not a soldier. A Russian photographer saw pictures of her modeling her products and invited her to do a photo shoot with him.
Luckily, that means troops won’t be running into her on the battlefield anytime soon.
Of course, soldiers who are more worried about letting their hair hang freely than they are about buckling their helmets aren’t likely a huge tactical threat.
So, as long as she’s just a civilian who can pose with a rifle, we’ll continue to be much more impressed by women like this:
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