Unless you live in Mexico and watch Televisa Monterry, chances are you’ve never heard of weather presenter Yanet Garcia.
In the online viral sphere, however, Garcia is hot property, garnering thousands of fans after being described as “the girl that makes you want to watch the weather forecast” by Playboy.
This week she was back in the headlines when she posted an Instagram video that immediately caused a stir. Fans quickly noticed a distinct difference in her figure, and she quickly denied having bottom implants – crediting it to a healthy diet and good exercise.
Here are five things you need to know about Yanet Garcia to get you up to speed…
She’s an Instagram sensation
Garcia shot to fame after wearing a nude coloured mini-skirt last year. Since then she’s exploded on social media – particularly on Instagram where she now has a colossal 1.7 million followers. When it’s packed with selfies, yoga poses and workout videos it’s easy to see why.
She has her own subreddit
Ah reddit, the home of practically everything on the internet. It takes a certain level of popularity to get your own subreddit thread, but Garcia has just that. Fans flood in to upload their favourite pictures of the weather presenter on a daily basis. One eagle-eyed fan even Photoshopped her next to a picture of Spider-Woman. Are you watching, Marvel?
She’s dating one of the world’s best Call Of Duty players
Doug Censor Martin goes by the name of Faze Censor, a crack Call Of Duty player, fitness fiend and social superstar. His Instagram feed juggles his love of the gym, games and his girlfriend. He’s clearly looking forward to a binge on The Division this weekend.
She loves football
Liga MX side Tigres got a significant profile boost when Garcia presented a weather report earlier this year in a specially designed home strip. Tigres currently lie a respectable fifth in their league table.
She’s a successful fashion model
Garcia is so famous in Mexico she was made the cover star for men’s mag Revista H. Her lingerie shoot naturally generated headlines. The accompanying video? A staggering 1.4 million views.