Glam ex-Miss Ukraine fighting Russians confesses Im not military, just human

A former Miss Grand Ukraine beauty queen has claimed she is "not a military, just a human" after she joined her country in fighting off invading Russian forces.

Anastasiia Lenna has stepped away from her job as a public relations manager to defend her country since Vladimir Putin began to hammer war on Ukraine this week.

In an update to her ever-growing two hundred thousand followers, the airsoft enthusiast wrote: "I am not a military, just a woman, just normal human.

"Just a person, like all people of my country. I am also a airsoft player for years. You can Google what #airsoft means.

"All pictures in my profile to inspire people. I had a normal life just on Wednesday, like millions people.

"I don’t do any propaganda except showing that our woman of Ukraine – strong, confident and powerful."

The brave model urged her followers to help "stop Russian aggression" and asked people to tell NATO to close the skies.

"We will win," she wrote.

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"I was born and live in Kyiv. This is my city. Ukraine is my country. Ukrainian people have no guilt. Non of us have any guilt. We are on our lands!"

Saturday saw Anastasiia share various patriotic content on Instagram as well as her own captions to photos of war.

She warned Russian troops: "Everyone who crossed the Ukrainian border with the intent to invade will be killed!"

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Another post expressed her pride in Ukraine's resistance so far which has already seen Russia lose more men than Putin had encountered for, according to intelligence.

Anastasiia said: "Our army is fighting in such a way that NATO should apply for entry into Ukraine."

Sharing content praising the example set by Ukraine's former comedian president by walking among soldiers, she wrote: "A true and strong leader. This is the President of Ukraine"

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