Mum who is 6ft4 says she LOVES the attention she gets for being tall

Mum who is 6ft4 says she LOVES the attention she gets for being tall

February 8, 2019

‘Men are always trying to get my attention!’ 6ft4 woman, 30, says she LOVES the compliments she gets for her long legs – and even wears high heels to make them look longer

  • Nail technician Simona Senauskaite, 30, is a 6’4 mother who loves her height
  • She says she did not notice how much taller she was until she turned 16
  •  Simona says she now loves the attention she receives because of her long legs

A 6’4 mother-of-one says she would hate to be shorter because she loves the attention her height gets from men.

Nail technician Simona Senauskaite, 30, who was born in Lithuania but now lives in Peterborough, grew up in a tall family so she always felt like she fitted in. 

She says it wasn’t until she was 16 that she started to notice that she was taller than everyone at school, which didn’t bother her.


Nail technician Simona Senauskaite is a 6’4 mother-of-one – but she says she would hate to be shorter because she loves the attention her height gets from men

Simona (pictured) says she did not notice how much taller she was until she turned 16

Simona says when she is out and about she makes sure she is always wearing a confident smile – which means she is always showered with compliments from both men and women. 


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She claims that some women are envious of her, wishing they were as tall as her, while are men desperate for her attention, smiling and waving and verbally admiring her as she walks by, which is something she ‘loves’. 

Simona says she wants to inspire other people to embrace their looks and show them it’s good to stand out.


Simona says she regularly wears high heels like these, pictured, to make her legs even longer

Simona shares dozens of pictures on Instagram that celebrate being taller than average

‘I have never felt different because of my height. I became taller than others when I was 16 years old. It was then that I started to notice that I looked taller than many others, but even then, nobody cared about how tall I was,’ she said.

‘At college, I received negative comments about my height, there was one girl who did not like me, she was shorter than me.

‘She tried to joke about me to others in the canteen by asking me if they made me pay more for my clothes when I go shopping.


Simona says when she is out and about she makes sure she is always wearing a confident smile – which means she is always showered with compliments from both men and women

Simona with her partner. She claims that some women are envious of her and her height

‘I replied saying she doesn’t pay less for hers because she’s already paying for half of my longer clothes, to which she never said anything to me again.

‘I would never change myself to be shorter than I am. I look amazing in long dresses, skirts and heels, I can see movies at the cinema when somebody is in front of me, I can reach the top shelf, I do not need a chair to get my lightbulbs changed in the ceiling and I like to think that I can get fresher air.

‘Because I am so happy about being tall and always walking with a confident smile, people aren’t really negative about my height.

‘Females are like ‘Oh my God, you look gorgeous, I am so jealous of you’, and; ‘wow, I would like to be as tall as you, you look amazing’.

Simona says she wants to inspire other people and show them it’s good to stand out


Simona says it wasn’t until she was 16 that she started to notice that she was taller than everyone at school – but it didn’t bother her

‘Males are always trying to get my attention, they smile, they wave, they try to chit chat with me or just drop me a compliment in the street as I walk by. I love that.’

Simona shares pictures on Instagram that celebrate being taller than average. 

‘Ever since I realised that I am taller, I loved it. When people started to notice the same and when I started to get compliments, it made me feel truly unique,’ she said.

‘Never feel bad because of who you are. God made you that way because he thought you deserved to be amazing, and you are.

‘Remember, your confidence is the main key in being happy with your height and making others feel the same way about you.’ 

Simona with her son and partner, She said: ‘Females are like; ‘oh my God, you look gorgeous, I am so jealous of you’, and; ‘wow, I would like to be as tall as you, you look amazing’


She claims that some women are envious of her, wishing they were as tall as her, while men are desperate for her attention, smiling and waving and verbally admiring her as she walks by

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