At 21, she is studying for her university finals and hopes to become a surveyor like her father.
This weekend, however, Hayley Morley was busy doing something else - changing the face of London Fashion Week as one of the few curvy models taking to the catwalk.
A healthy size 14, she is far fuller-figured than the size six models normally hired by designers.
She has become a muse for designer Mark Fast since meeting him last year, and appeared in his show on Saturday as part of his campaign to use 'real-sized' women.
The 5ft 9in student first worked for the Canadian designer in September in a show which featured a number of size 12 and 14 models.
She said yesterday: 'I had hundreds of messages of support from young girls and young women, saying thank you for being a more real model.
'I think that finally there is someone young and they feel they can relate to more than a size six model. It makes me proud.'
But the model, from Surrey - whose career began two years ago after she was spotted working in a wine bar in Guildford - suggests a career on the catwalk is not for her.
Miss Morely, who says she eats healthily and goes to the gym, has vowed to knuckle down for the last months of her BSc in Investment and Finance in Property at Reading University and will become an RICS-accredited property surveyor when she graduates in May.