Kelly Knox is an English model and Ambassador for REACH hailing from Enfield, London.
Knox was born without her left forearm but, from the age of seven, refused to wear a prosthetic arm. Her modelling career began after winning the 'Britain's Missing Top Model' in 2008. Throughout her career she has aimed to break down the constraints of and negativity towards disability.
Knox has been shot by photograhers such as Rankin and appeared in publications like Marie Claire UK, Marie Claire China and Diva Magazine. She has also starred in the 'Think New' campaign for Oslo City, opened Pakistani Fashion Week, featured in a campaign for VO5 and been the face of a Debenhams campaign, the latter of which saw her being featured on VOGUE.COM.
Knox's charitable appearances include speaking at Reach (the Association for Children with Upper Limp Deficiency) and AGM. She has also hosted a fashion show at the Park Avenue Disability Resource Centre and spoken at the London Book Fair as part of their Equal Measures Event.