Georgia Traebert, a 14-year-old girl with a down-syndrome who was having confidence issues at school and was struggling with loneliness at home. Today, her life is looking almost like a fairytale and it all changed in a matter of days. After her mom, Rubia uploaded a photo of Georgia on Facebook, with just an idea to see how much it could inspire other Down’s Syndrome children. “It was a hit straight away,” Rubia shares. “Today, as she stands out in the media, she is now surrounded by girls who ask her about her career and her work, so being in the media and having a career helped a lot with her confidence in that sense. Now jobs have started to appear, commercials for famous brands in Brazil and modeling for jewelry designers…” Georgia always loved modeling and fashion but her biggest dream was always acting or singing and then being a model. “we are investing in drama and singing classes. Who knows? Maybe she will act next.” Mom’s still very worried about negative people online casting doubt over Georgia’s success. “The hardest part was when I read some people post comments that she is only successful because of her blonde hair and blue eyes – Georgia is a very kind child and very talented, otherwise she would not have come so far.” As a beautiful inspiring message, Rubia shared: “My advice is to never ever give up. Keep fighting and persist in your dreams, for nothing is impossible. Just want, believe and fight to make them real.” Please visit Georgia’s Instagram.