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A former Miss England has proved she's more than just a pretty face after graduating from Cambridge University this weekend.
Carina Tyrrell, 26, who is a former Miss England winner and runner-up in Miss World, has secured a job as a junior doctor in the rival university city of Oxford.
She gained a first class degree in her pre-clinical studies and a number of distinctions and prizes during the last three years of her course. And, on behalf of all lads everywhere, I would like to award her first-class honours in being fit.
"I'm really thrilled to have got my degree and looking forward to starting my job as a doctor; it's what I have always wanted to do," Carina told the Daily Mail.
"I'm a little nervous about it as I'll have a lot of responsibility on my shoulders, but I want to be the best doctor that I can be."
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She took a gap year from her studies during the academic year of 2014 to 2015 to concentrate on her charity work, which I'm guessing means she's posh too.
Carina will start her new job as a junior doctor at John Radcliffe hospital in Oxford, where she will do a two-year programme.
Which is good news for the injury prone lads of Oxford!
She has also been invited to join the judging panel for this year's Miss England final. It will be held at Southport in Merseyside on July 21.
Speaking about the event, she said: "I'm still involved with events as an ex-Miss England and I've been helping to set the charity challenges for the girls taking part in this year's competition."
Great stuff, congrats Carina and if you're reading this I'm currently single and for you I'm willing to do long-distance, so get in touch...
Words by James Dawson