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1 Girl 4 Looks: Jaime King Is A QUEEN!

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    Photographed by Abbey Drucker.



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    Jaime King started her career as a model when she was just 13. It wasn't long before she was walking for major brands, including Chanel and Dior. By 19, King was ready to take on a whole new industry and she successfully made the tricky transition to big-screen stardom, landing a major role in Pearl Harbor. She went on to take parts in Sin City, Blow, and plenty more showing an impressive range.

    Now, with a resume that's more jam-packed than many achieve in a lifetime, she's celebrating her fourth year starring on the hit TV show Hart of Dixie, as well as collaborating on her first fashion collection, and, oh yeah, hanging out with her 6-month-old son — her first! We got a chance to hang out with the wonder woman off duty and at her home. Click through to see her A-list worthy outfits, and read what she had to say about babies, balance, and bravery.

    And, don't forget to tune in to the CW tonight at 9 p.m. for a brand-new episode of Hart of Dixie.

    Photographed by Abbey Drucker; Styled by Tara Williams; Makeup by Desirae Cherman; Hair by Giovanni Giuliano

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