Model and Influencer Bonnie Locket Makes Her Mark on Social Media

Model and Influencer Bonnie Locket Makes Her Mark on Social Media

Social media has changed many aspects of business, and the modelling industry is no exception.

The platform has been a catalyst in the growth of supermodels across the world. Bonnie Locket is one such example who has fired up TikTok, Instagram, Twitch, and Snapchat with her incredible combination of looks and personality. The British model, actress, and singer rose to fame on social media and is now making over a million dollars a year. Her Instagram account has nearly 800,000 followers and is growing fast, and she has more than 2 million followers on TikTok. 

Bonnie Locket used to be a professional dancer, and her amazing talents earned her a spot in the UK tour of “High School Musical” at the age of 19. She trained at the Laine Theatre Arts, one of the world’s most renowned musical theatre colleges. At the age of 26, she earned a Master’s in Acting, a huge accomplishment for this budding star.

Born in Lincolnshire, Bonnie moved to Surrey in her twenties to explore more avenues of income through businesses. She initially worked as a webcam model and soon discovered the earning potential of the modelling industry. 

Determined to scale up her career, she ventured into acting and was given some big projects to work on. Bonnie has starred in the famous YouTube series “Sidemen Sunday.” She also appeared in an Ann Summers campaign. With every new venture, she started securing her financial status.

After all these achievements, the 33-year-old model became unstoppable in chasing her dreams. In March 2020, Bonnie started an account on a popular social media platform that earned her over a million dollars within a year. Over the last the months, her earnings have been over $200k a month. Currently, she is one of the top creators worldwide on this subscription-based platform.

Bonnie has a thing about fast cars: she purchased her first, a Lamborghini Gallardo, at the age of 30.  Her current favourite is her most recently purchased Ferrari California T. Bonnie relates the feeling of driving a fast car with her growing success. Her supercars are a constant reminder that every dream can be turned into reality with hard work. 

Besides her career as a model, Bonnie also runs a webcam modelling agency where she recruits fresh models to create sizzling content through webcams. She’s excited to accomplish another one of her dreams of doing a self-build. She plans to buy over an acre in Surrey to start building her dream house. 

Bonnie believes her journey so far has been amazing and she has no plans to stop. All her endeavours were supported by her family, friends, and fans. Her biggest challenge so far has been internet trolls. Being a popular model on social media, Bonnie had to face the ugly side of it where people criticised her and made objectifying comments. Initially, it had a negative effect on her mind, but with time, she has learned to ignore it. She is now more experienced in handling her social media popularity and with so much positivity from people around her, anything negative just doesn't count. 

Going forward, Bonnie is not only growing her income and internet popularity, but the incredible content she puts together for her followers. This outstanding model knows how to stand out in the saturated market and make her content unique in her own way.

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