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Double Vision!Here are the fantastic photos that prove our WoS Idols 2004 are real winners in front of the camera.

Stuning Rachel Rice and gorgeous Will Adams posed like experts for their professional portfolios - part of their prize for winning the title of WoS Idol - taken by award-winning photographer Glenn Edwards. They also won VIP tickets to Swansea's Escape in the Prak bash.

And tomorrow, they will both be sunning it up in the fun-filled Ibiza, ready for a week of sun, sand, sea and lots of sangria.

Cwmbran beauty Rachel, who on her return will be battling it out for the Miss Wales title, said she is ready for a week's break.

She said: "I'm so excited. I'm taking my mum and can't wait to get a bit of sun. Having the photos taken with Glenn was fantastic. He really made me feel at ease and I really enjoyed it.

"The portfolio was the one thing I really wanted. I've got ambitions to be a TV presenter so it's great to have some quality phots I can send off to poeple.

"I'm back at university after the Miss Wales competiton then I'm hoping to take a year off when I've completed my degree and try to get a presenting job."

Will, from Carmarthenshire, is romancing would-be model and make-up artist Rebecca Middleton, who also entered WoS Idol.

The couple recently split when Rebecca had a fling with boxer Joe Calzaghe but they've since reunited and lucky Rebeccca will be at Will's side in Ibiza.

Radiography student Will, who is 6ft 3in, said: "Rebecca and I are back together now and we're busting to go away on holiday. She doesn't mind that I won and she didn't because she gets the holiday anyway! I hope she would have taken me if she had won!

"I haven't been away for ages so can't wait - Escape was great too.

"I've never modelled before but wouldn't say no to the opportunity to do it."

(First Published in the Wales on Sunday 29th August 2004)


Last Modified on: 05-11-2015

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