Nina Porter may have just been awarded six A* and five A grades in her GCSEs, but the schoolgirl landed an even more impressive coup earlier this summer, as the new face of Burberry.
The 16-year-old, who is the face of the brand's debut make-up range, follows in the footsteps of Emma Watson and Kate Moss, joining new Transformers star Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in the current campaign, which was shot by Mario Testino.
Porter, who returns to school this week to study A-levels in art, photography and textiles, said that she was equally excited about both achievements.
Fashion's new face: Nina Porter (front) with Lily Donaldson (left) and Rosie Huntington-Whitely (right) in the campaign for Burberry make-up
'Modelling is really good because it helps me to understand the fashion industry,' she said.
'My parents, who have been really supportive, pointed out that modelling would be a good way to meet people who have done what I would like to do.'
She told Vogue.com how she bumped into the top fashion photographer soon after her casting.
She said: 'I went to the Frieze Art Fair, and [Mario Testino] was there. He recognised me and came over for a chat - that was great as I was to shoot the campaign a few days after.
Bright future: Porter (second left), who has just completed her GCSES, also appears in the label's new autumn/winter campaign
She added that the other models on the shoot, which included Lily Donaldson, who also attended Camden School for Girls, were both 'really easy to work with'.
Porter was spotted by a scout from Select model agency at the Clothes Show two years ago. Since then, she has appeared in a campaign for Miu Miu as well as both British and US Vogue.
Family affair: Emma Watson in a Burberry campaign last year with her brother Alex (left). She is expected to work with the brand again in the future
The campaign has been credited revitalised the brand, with sales for that year soaring by 23 per cent.
Watson has since taken a break from her modelling duties to concentrate on other acting projects as well as her degree at Brown University in the U.S. but is expected to work with the label again in the future.