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OnlyFans model who sells sexy pics describes life as discreet school-run mum

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An OnlyFans model, who has made £250,000 from selling sexy pics online, has opened up about her life as a 'discreet school-run mum'.

Alex Sim-Wise has featured on a new Channel 4 documentary where she teaches newbies how to sell their adult content.

However, the mum, who lives in Devon, says it is not awkward at the school gate and other mums support what she does.

Former Page 3 model and TV presenter Alex moved to Devon to settle down and start a family with her husband eight years ago.

However, since starting an OnlyFans page up back in 2018, she's since gone on to rake in thousands by dressing up as different characters which she says "caters to a lot of the fans".

But despite her online persona, she says her family, friends and mums at the school gate are very supportive of what she does and are excited for her.

Alex told DevonLive: "I just play around with different outfits and who I'd imagine would wear that outfit and create these sort of weird characters.

"A lot of it is class-based because what I've noticed with my fans is they either like me to be really posh or really working class and because I've lived around both I can do it.

"I grew up quite poor and then I went to Uni and I was around really rich people – I think I've just absorbed lots of different people and the way that they act.

"By playing different characters you're playing up to lots of the different fans you have.

Alex says despite her growing online fan base, she doesn't get recognised in the street, instead trying to keep herself private.

She added: "When I used to model in pages I used to get recognised a lot but I think I'm a lot more private now.

"If people ask I'll tell them but I'm quite discreet about it in a way.

"It is a difficult job and I think the misunderstanding about it is it's really easy and it's just taking a couple of selfies and putting them online, but it's so much more than that.

"There was a time when I was shooting every day but obviously being a mum I want to be with my family. I don't want to be like disappearing off in to a back room."

Alex appeared on Channel 4's How To Make it on OnlyFans which aired last night, December 9, and says the reaction since the show has been great.

She said: "I didn't know how it would be but it's been normal. To be honest I was nervous about what the other mums would think and I just decided to be really upfront about it and I told everyone at a kids party and everyone was actually really supportive and excited for me and I found that really touching.

"I wouldn't want it to come in the way of being a mum because that's why I do it, so that I can be a good mum. So it really meant a lot that everyone was so kind and supportive about it."

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