Kim Kardashian West has given one loyal fan the opportunity of a lifetime after supporting her throughout the years.
The trainee lawyer, 39, gave dedicated fan Myleeza Mingo the chance to model Kim's latest SKIMS collection which features on billboards throughout the United States.
Myleeza, who hails from Louisiana, has supported Kim and her career for several years, even appearing on Keeping Up With The Kardashians on multiple occasions.
Taking to her Twitter account, Kim shared a snap of Myleeza, who goes by the name Myleeza Kardash on social media.
Myleeza can be seen modelling a white SKIMS bra and shorts combo and also a photograph of Myleeza's shoot plastered on a giant billboard in the middle of Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles.
The reality megastar tweeted: "This @skims campaign is so special to me because I get to celebrate the people that have had my back forever! I had to make sure my girl @MyleezaKardash was front and centre! My biggest fan from day 1, I had to see her on a huge billboard!!!"
Shortly after seeing Kim's tweet, the PR graduate responded with: "Girl you about to make me cry!!! You know we go WAY back! I was 15 cursing people out for you and getting in trouble by my mom for cursing on the internet I love you soooo much!!!!!!"
Earlier in the day, Myleeza shared a SKIMS anniversary box that she had been gifted by businesswoman Kim, which included a doll whose hair had been styled into braids.
Myleeza said: "Thank you @skims for my anniversary box! My Skims doll has braids just like me! Representation matters."
Kim recently donated $1 million from her SKIMS brand in order to help less fortunate mums and children during the coronavirus pandemic.
Recently, Kim vowed to help free rapper C-Murder from prison after "new" evidence proving his innocence had emerged.
C-Murder, whose real name is Corey Miller, 49, was accused and sentenced for the murder of fan Steve Thomas at a Louisiana club back in 2002.
He has maintained his innocence since his conviction.
Kim took to social media to say that evidence throughout the case had been questioned and that jurors had been pressured into saying Corey was guilty.