Twin sisters Alana and Natasha Horn have lodged the first 'joint personality' image rights application with the Guernsey Registry.

The 22-year-old models have just finished their acting studies and are now starting to build a career in the worlds of TV, film and entertainment. The UK public may already recognise them from numerous appearances in 2010 on the popular TV dating game show 'Take Me Out', while they have also featured regularly in a number of colour magazines and appeared at various events as event hostesses, both in England and overseas.

The application was made to the Guernsey Registry on 25 November by Jose Luis Romanillos of Romanillos & Cook Image Rights Limited.

Mr Romanillos said: "They are now looking for their first film break. Stunning girls with lovely personalities, we are confident that they will become very successful. Their image rights have been registered to ensure protection of their brands as their careers develop when third parties may seek to gain commercial benefit from them without their permission or contractual agreement. The registration is in the public domain and this will also help promote and market their brand, helping to ensure their future income is preserved and even enhanced."

In applying to register their image rights in Guernsey, the Horn sisters join a growing list of other personalities including Manchester City Manager Mr Pellegrini, Arsenal and England female footballer Jordan Nobbs, Guess model Megan Williams, GB tennis star Heather Watson, boxer Bradley Saunders and internationally renowned DJs Tiesto and Afrojack.

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