Top model turns heads in the City

14:36 24 February 2013

Letitia Herod modelling for TK Maxx at Exchequer Court in the City. Picture: Robert Johns

Letitia Herod modelling for TK Maxx at Exchequer Court in the City. Picture: Robert Johns

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Britain and Ireland’s Next Top Model 2012 winner turned heads when she visited the City.

Letitia Herod was at St Mary Axe in Exchequer Court to promote retailer TK Maxx’s new store.

The 19-year-old has appeared in adverts for make-up brand Revlon since she won the reality show.

The new TK Maxx, which opens on February 28, will include a Gold Label department featuring couture.

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