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As a young teen, Rosie went to St. Ignatius Catholic Primary School and St. Paul’s Catholic College in Sunbury-on-Thames, where she earned four A levels and an AS in psychology, media studies, critical thinking, theatre studies and general studies. In 2008, at the age of 17, Rosie Jones signed with Samantha Bond management. She said, “It came around quite suddenly for me. I was studying for my A levels in sixth form, had my place at university and was planning to become a primary school teacher. I saw a TV programme about Samantha Bond, sent in some snaps and was immediately taken onto their books.”
Once Rosie turned of age, she did her first Page 3 shoot, which went into the paper the next day. She has since worked regularly for other magazines and is also an official Big D girl. Rosie added, “My work has brought me amazing experiences such as skydiving, and enabled me to travel to wonderful places including Las Vegas, Morocco, Los Angeles, Ibiza and more.”
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In 2009, she set a Guinness World Record for the most bras taken off and on in one minute with a total of seven. In August 2010 she climbed Mount Toubkal in Morocco to raise money for Help for Heroes.” She said, “I’ve held the World Cup between my boobs” (fhm.com). In 2010, she appeared in the music video “You Can Dance” by Bryan Ferry.
In an interview with FHM, when asked what her favorite and least favorite parts of her body were, she said, “I just kind of feel I’m not really bothered by any of it. I guess I should thank my boobs for getting me where I am…so thanks, boobs.”
Her advice to men is: “Just start talking to me. Be causal. Don’t be cocky. Don’t be a nervous wreck.” When asked if she’d ever to into outer space, she said, “Of course I would! Who could say no to that! Mind you I’ve seen the food they have to eat out there and that doesn’t look too appealing!” (turdfergusonblog.com). When asked what’s the cutest thing about her, Rosie Jones said, “I’m genuinely just a nice person! I feel sorry for anyone and everyone, seriously I could cry just looking at something cute.”
Rosie Jones lives in London, England.