The Telegraph interviews champion, Catrin Pugh - “Sometimes I think it would be easier if I looked like every other girl,” she says. “But then I wouldn’t be doing such amazing things. My life is different to what I imagined, but I would say it’s probably better.”

The Telegraph interviews champion, Catrin Pugh – “Sometimes I think it would be easier if I looked like every other girl,” she says. “But then I wouldn’t be doing such amazing things. My life is different to what I imagined, but I would say it’s probably better.”

“Sometimes I think it would be easier if I looked like every other girl,” she says. “But then I wouldn’t be doing such amazing things. My life is different to what I imagined, but I would say it’s probably better.”

Her face glows as she talks about being an ambassador for charity Changing Faces, through which she hopes to inspire others to live with visible differences. “I want to work with burn survivors, so they don’t have to wait for that one person to give them a positive mindset,” she explains.

You can read the full article on the Telegraph’s website.

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