The most expensive body in Australia? After getting bullied as a child for her skinny physique, this Aussie beauty queen has insured her legs for $1 million

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Life insurances can be an important yet dull topic to converse on. However, it’s always interesting to learn about celebrities and sports personalities getting their body parts insured. We know that JLo insured her nearly-worshipped derriere for multi-millions and Troy Polamalu did the same for his hair as did David Beckham for his legs for obvious reasons. Joining the bandwagon is an Australian beauty queen who may have the most expensive body in the country. With only her very long legs getting insured for a staggering $1million Miss World Australia, Sarah Marschke has set a record of sorts in the country. Sarah Marschke decided after partnering up with celebrity agent Max Markson. “I got always teased when I was younger with other kids saying ‘you are such a lank,’ ‘you are too tall,’ and now to hear that everyone loves my legs and that they are being insured for $1 million is flattering, it really is flattering,” she said.

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Body positivity is a subject that is extensively discussed around the world, and while fat-shaming has been spoken about a lot, skinny shaming is only just gaining the limelight.

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It’s great to see people go beyond labels and make something of them. Sarah currently boasts 16,000 followers on her Instagram page, where she often shares racy modeling photos of herself and states, ‘For me, it is about positivity and kindness. It makes life a lot easier for me because with everything that happens, good and bad, my response is that it is meant to be; there is a reason why this happened.’

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Via Instagram – @sarah_marschkee
Via Instagram – @sarah_marschkee

[Via – Herald Sun]