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Models banned from Vogue's latest edition

It isn't just to do with size - it's to show you can put clothes on people of all professions and ages and it can look great

British Vogue editor Alexandra Shulman

The latest issue of Vogue magazine - featuring a perfectly coiffed Emily Blunt as its cover star - is full of 'real women' without a model in sight, according to editor Alexandra Shulman.

The fashion magazine's longest-running boss told us this morning that she wanted to use women who don't pose for a living to show that anyone can enjoy beauty and fashion trends, whatever their shape, age or profession.

And who does she say is a perfect example of this? Only Theresa May. our very own shoe-mad Prime Minister!

Alexandra explained that her decision was not a matter of size but highlighting that women can lead a glamorous lifestyle without vying for a celebrity life - and that no matter what a woman does for a living, she can look fantastic!

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