Brown skin dating
Last Christmas Winnie got her best job yet — a part in Beyonce’s Lemonade video alongside tennis champion Serena Williams, 34. She made her cameo in the song Freedom, which is set in a plantation, and got to chat to Beyonce, 35, afterwards.
Winnie said: “I was contacted by their (Beyonce’s) team a couple of weeks prior but my agent didn’t get back to them because they wouldn’t tell us much about the project.” But a day before the shoot took place, Beyonce’s pal called Winnie and said: “Beyonce wants you. Winnie said: “I wanted to thank her for acknowledging me as a strong black woman and continuing to empower us all.” Beyonce is not the first big name Winnie has rubbed shoulders with.
Former Pussycat Doll Nicole put the brakes on their relationship over Lewis’s unwillingness to commit.
But could Winnie be the one to take his playboy ways down a gear or two?
Her father Windsor lives in Jamaica and runs a car repair business.
Winnie was not born with vitiligo — the same condition Michael Jackson had which affects about one per cent of the world’s population. As a little girl she did not realise she looked any different, but around the age of eight her unique appearance suddenly struck her.
Winnie said: “I’m friends with Drake’s producer, 40.
I met everyone through him.” In September last year Winnie sparked romance rumours when she went out to dinner in Beverly Hills with Mariah Carey’s ex, comedian Nick Cannon, 35.
However, it is more noticeable in people with dark skin.
Like Lewis, who got his first Grand Prix win at the age 22, Winnie has already achieved great things.
She is not just a pretty face, and regularly campaigns about vitiligo and speaks out on body confidence issues.
Many think it’s a disease where the body’s immune system destroys a type of skin cell called melanocytes.
If that happens, a person cannot produce melanin, which makes the skin colour, leaving them with white patches.