04/12/2017

A model family photo session in the old town of Chania Crete, Greece

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It’s one thing to have a mother that was Miss Holland in 2003, the father currently an actor and entrepreneur, and then another thing altogether to have two of the most adorable little angels as daughters.

So what do you do? You become models as a family.

Easier said than done. But in the case of Tessa, Daniel and their daughters it was like working with Holywood stars. To be honest I haven’t been stopped so often by bystanders wanting to say how gorgeous they looked and wanting to snap a picture.

Tessa can be found here: Tessa Brix And on IG: @tessabrix

And Daniel here: @danieljurisich

 

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