Birthdays are precious moments that will make us realize how long we have been existing into this world and when does an individual comes to the age of maturity, which is likely the age of 21, where you change from a carefree teenager to a more mature young adult.
Jasmine Curtis-Smith, actress, top endorser and a youth icon, is now at the stage of her maturity. But unlike others, she celebrates her 21st birthday through different and significant ways, particularly through life-defining career moves and more determined effort of helping through advocates.
Being an advocate
Jasmine has been helping World Vision, an international child-focused organization, since 2010, even before her stardom. When she was still a student in Australia, she has been participating in the organization’s campaign against hunger and malnutrition, together with her sister and a fellow artist, Anne Curtis-Smith. To continue her support to World Vision, Jasmine pledged to look for sponsors for the 21 children of the organization.
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Not only her appointment as ambassadress of World Vision was announced during the press conference, but also the launch of her magazine covers.
Apparently the month of April seems to be a lucky month for Jasmine, not only because it’s her birthday month, but because she is going to be the cover girl of not only one glossy magazine, but four—Men’s Health, Uno, Rogue, and Trip. Different sides of a Jasmine Curtis-Smith will be shown in these magazines —‘health buff, mature young lady, adventurer and sun-kissed beauty’.
A sexier and more matured Jasmine will be revealed in the mentioned magazines. Asked about this changes, she stated, “Turning 21 is really all about discipline and sticking to what I said I will do. I needed to change my perspective and try to mature.”
The story behind the eagle
The hashtag #Eagle21, which floods social media was created to mark posts that are basically related to her 21st birthday. The eagle was chosen to be Jasmine’s symbol because of its strength despite the trials and still manage to have an awesome flight. It mirrors her a lot knowing that she endured more than half a decade in the industry.
Now, Jasmine Curtis-Smith spreads her wings, ready to fly, and aiming better flight.
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