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Former Miss Ireland Aoife Walsh insists: 'I will NEVER pose nude'

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Model Aoife Walsh has revealed she would never consider posing nude.

The Tipperary native was recently named one of FHM’s sexiest Irish girls but the male population will be disappointed to hear Aoife has no plans to strip off.

The former Miss Ireland has a degree in education and believes posing nude would harm her future teaching career.

“I’ve never been asked to pose nude. Personally, I wouldn’t do nude shots. Having a background as a teacher, it’s not a road I would go down. I don’t think that would fly,” she said.

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However, the 24-year-old has nothing but praise for fellow model Rosanna Davison who previously posed nude for German Playboy.

“I do commend Rosanna for having the courage and being brave and doing those shots because I thought she looked very beautiful.”

Meanwhile, Aoife has no time for people who buy into the stereotype of models being bimbos – and she insisted it’s the complete opposite.

“There is definitely that stereotype, it’s still alive. It puts a bit of pressure on the likes of myself and other models to be like, ‘you know what, we are actually very business savy.'”

“I think Irish models are very business savy, they’re able to use their contacts to succeed in other areas,” she told Colm Hayes on 2FM.

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The flame-haired beauty divulged that models need to use their own initiative if they want to stay in the game.

“I have my degrees in my back pocket and no one can take them away from me. When the time comes to hang up my high heels I can do that,” she said.

“The world is my oyster as far as I’m concerned. I do think it’s important to be able to look at other areas and use your initiative.”

“It’s so competitive, we’re competing with the likes of actors, we’re competing with bloggers. So it’s up to us to use our initiative and build our own brand.”