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Pope Francis’s IG reportedly liked model’s photo; ‘I was blessed,’ model feels

/ 12:04 PM November 17, 2020
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Pope Francis. Image: Vincenzo Pinto/AFP

One model feels she has been “blessed” after the head of the Catholic Church, Pope Francis, reportedly liked her photo on Instagram.

The pope’s official Instagram account @franciscus was shown to have liked a revealing photo of Brazilian model Natalia Garabotto, as per a video screen capture shared on Twitter by Barstool Sports on Saturday, Nov. 14.

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“My mom may hate my ass pics but the pope be [double-tapping],” she told Barstool Sports last Saturday.

Though the like is no longer up on the photo, Garabotto still believes she will benefit from some holy approval.

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“At least I’m going to heaven,” the model quipped on Twitter.

She shared her own video screen capture of the like on Instagram last Saturday, which was of a photo posted in October where she bared her butt in a skimpy outfit.

“On this very day I was blessed,” she said.

Whether it was a slip of the thumb or not, the pope and the Vatican media have yet to comment on the matter. JB

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