Model pup UDA godfather Johnny 'Mad Dog' Adair's girl Chloe on track to make a fortune as an influencer
UDA godfather Adair's girl Chloe an Insta-sensation
The Insta-ready model daughter of UDA godfather Johnny 'Mad Dog' Adair is on her way to making a fortune as an influencer.
While her dad made a fortune from a life of crime and intimidation, Chloe Adair's 'weapon-of-choice' is her Instagram account where it's estimated she can make hundreds of euro per post.
The stunning 28-year-old is currently in Turkey on a sun holiday with her fiancé Matthew Davies.
And though it looks like an easy life, the former architect's PA is working flat out to build her fashion influencer empire.
Last year it emerged Chloe, with 60,000 followers on Instagram, had quit her desk job after she realised she could turn her personal passion for fashion into a lucrative career.
But within 12 months her 'influence' has trebled with almost 190,000 people following her posts, videos and tips. And it's increasing at an incredible rate - 500 new followers joined while I was writing this article!
And that means the hard-working model is on her way to bringing home some serious dough - and that's not to mention all the free holidays, designer clothes and make-up.
She's been asked to wear the clothes of diverse fashions labels including Boohoo, JD Sports, Pretty Little Thing and recently has been showing off the brand Yves Saint Laurent Rive Gauche as well as Dr Martens.Feud
She still has some way to go to beat the top influencers with recent reports suggesting Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson is top of the Instagram money tree and can earn over $1 million per post.
Chloe was forced to flee Ulster along with the rest of her family in 2003 after her father became embroiled in a bloody feud with his former UDA terror pals.
The family set up home in Bolton, England and - along with several other families - were dubbed the 'Bolton Wanderers'.
While her notorious dad is now living in Scotland after splitting from her mum Gina - nicknamed 'Mad Bitch' - Chloe stayed in the north west of England and it looks like getting away from Ulster and her parents' past was the best thing that could have happened to her.
Currently sunning herself in the five-star Lujo Hotel resort in Bodrum, Chloe posted a pic this week of her sitting by the sea with her revealing swimsuit and shades.
She's remained close to both her mum and dad and describes her 56-year-old dad as "the most kind and strongest person I know, one in a million".
Last year she told the Belfast Telegraph she didn't want to be judged by what her father did in the past.
She said: "What my parents did is different to me."