Abigail Ratchford is an American model, actress, and Internet celebrity who was born on February 12, 1988 in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
Abigail is frequently referred to as “The Queen Of Instagram” (English: The Queen Of Instagram) because to her enormous popularity and acceptability on social media, particularly Instagram. Ratchford reportedly makes over $900,000 annually from sharing and selling photos on different social media sites, including Instagram and Snapchat. She is skilled at producing calendars and mockups for many fashion labels in addition to this. Ignite, Pretty Little Things, Fashion Nova, and more brands are among the Ella clothes, accessories, and beauty products.
Latchford was born in Scranton, Pennsylvania, although she is of Irish, German and French descent. She 6 she The fifth of seven children and from a Catholic family, she attended Our Lady of Peace School and continued her studies at Scranton Preparatory, where she became a cheerleader. 5 she From an early age she decided to study veterinary medicine, but a series of problems related to allergies to animals, especially dogs and cats, definitely kept her away from this. After finishing high school, she attended the University of Scranton but did not graduate. She later worked as a secretary in a relative’s dental clinic. She also worked as a waitress and paralegal, where it is believed she earned between $500 and $700 a month.
As a child, she competed in the Miss Pennsylvania pageant, a competition that provided qualifications for Miss America. 9 To prepare for the competition, Latchford spent $2,000 on a custom trainer, yet she only made it to the semifinals. It is also known that she 5 she was named to the United States women’s soccer team, 10 she however, she retired from the sport due to asthma problems. 6
Latchford became well known in the media in the early 2010s after uploading some photos on various social networks. This led her to be hired by several magazines specializing in health, beauty, sports and sex, including Zoo Weekly, Esquire, Maxim, Sports Illustrated and others.