Pauline Bull

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Pauline Bull (born Pauline Davies) is a former English model and artist. She has a brother & sister in the UK.

Pauline was a draughtswoman until leaving to become a full-time successful photographic fashion model. She went onto win many Beauty titles around Britain.

After winning the Miss England title in 1976, she was a semi-finalist in the Miss Universe contest in Hong Kong winning the title Miss Photogenic the same year . She also appeared in many television programmes during her career as a Model/The Generation Game/It's a knockout/PebbleMill at one/Come Dancing etc.[1]

Pauline went on to become a well known watercolour artist doing both commercial work for W.H.Smiths, Marks and Spencers and private commission too. Pauline Exhibited her art in the Mall Galleries for the Society of Wildlife Artists and the Society of Women Artist. She also works in photography. She is also known for her comedic writings and is working on several projects and a book.

Peter and Pauline successfully ran a 53 metre Charter superyacht M.Y.GALU for many years together.

Pauline was happily married for 22 years to the Half Norwegian/English construction industry chief Peter Bull. His great-great-grandfather was Ole Bull the 19th century Norwegian violinist.

She is said by tabloid reports to be a close friend of TV host Noel Edmonds.[2] After her husband's death Noel and Pauline met again after 21 years and rekindled their friendship.

Peter Bull died after a battle with small-celled lung cancer. He was very proud of his achievement of designing and supervising the refitting of his 60 Metre super yacht M.Y.Titan, rebuilt from a U.K. navy hydrographic vessel, HMS Beagle, built in 1968. Mrs. Bull did the interior design on the vessel which she ran, after his death, as a charter vessel in the Mediterranean Sea until it sold to Italian buyers in 2007.

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