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LOOK: ‘90 Day Fiance’ star Rosemarie Vega stuns in photoshoot

/ 11:50 AM October 18, 2020

Reality show star Rosemarie Vega shone with confidence in a recent studio photoshoot.

Vega, who gained recognition for participating in “90 Day Fiance,” shared her captivating photos on Instagram over the past week. The photoshoot was done for social media page Pinoy Pride Project.

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The 23-year-old personality’s skin glowed in an off-shoulder white dress, as seen in a photo she posted on Tuesday, Oct. 13.

“Morena and proud,” she wrote.

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Vega was alluring even when she was covered up in a gray turtleneck, paired with silver hoop earrings.

She rocked red lipstick while holding up a rose, still looking gorgeous with her hair tied up and with bead accents.

A behind-the-scenes video was posted on her YouTube channel last Thursday, Oct. 15, which shows her consistently serving a “smize” that “America’s Next Top Model’s” Tyra Banks would be proud of.

Vega became an internet sensation after joining “90 Day Fiance,” which chronicled her difficult relationship with Ed Brown a.k.a. Big Ed, who is about 30 years her senior.

A single mom to her son Prince, Vega has made it clear that her child is her priority. Among the many issues they had was that Brown took no interest in her son, and the two ultimately split. She has since ventured into vlogging — and it will hardly be a surprise if she finds a future in modeling. JB

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