How tall is Emily Skye

Emily Skye's Height

5ft 6 (167.6 cm)

Australian model, health and fitness expert who has gained over 1.6 million followers on Instagram. On twitter she once mentioned her height, claiming to stand "just under 5'7" and "I'm only 5'6". She also mentioned her weight: "I'm 5'6.5 and 58kg"

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5ft 6.25in (168.3cm)
Christian-196.2cm (6ft5.25) said on 31/Mar/17
Looks nearly a foot shorter than 6ft5.5 Anthony Joshua. Click Here She may be no more than 5ft6.
Editor Rob said on 23/Jun/16
Saw a quote where she mentioned her weight: "I'm 5'6.5 and 58kg"

About 128 pounds for 169cm...with a body like hers seems believable.
James said on 10/Jun/16
I don't think she is giving an unrealistic image to young girls to aspire to. Let's face it: most girls never do any effort to have good abs. Contemporary society dictates that as long as a girl is not fat, she has a perfect body. On the other hand, a man without abs or great biceps will never be considered to have an ideal body. It's easier for a girl to have an “ideal body”.
To put it simply:
A woman that never goes to the gym, as long as she is not fat, can be considered to have an ideal body.
A man that never goes to the gym will never have an ideal body.
Arch Stanton said on 9/Jun/16
Editor Rob: I understand a lot of what you are saying, but fame nowadays has encompassed a lot of Internet Celebrities and Reality (or scripted reality) stars.

Honestly, at some events I've seen a few moderate cosplay/youtube celebrities and been surprised at how popular some can be...

You can't blame these people for exploiting their looks I guess, and if they're earning money from presenting fitness packages and turning up at events etc fair play to them. But there is something about Instragram in particular which comes across as superficial, and I don't like the way people who are obviously very lucky genetically advocating something as if the average person is ever going to look as good as that! It's just like the way the top fashion companies only hire supermodels to wear their clothes and acting as if when you buy the clothes you'll look as good! I've heard schools are fast becoming popularity contests on sites like that and where insanely good looks or physiques get more hits, so it's going to make a lot of people feel horrible about themselves! I'm sure a lot of schoolgirls have a good cry in their bedrooms at times because they're not very pretty or popular on sites like Instragram! I know my sister often has kids say they want to be in TOWIE when they grow up, and those are primary school kids. Not good!

Anyway, back to height, Emily does look lower end of tallish range so 5'6.5 is probably accurate.
Editor Rob: yeah, kids these days are so attached to their phones, most parents have no clue who and what they are viewing or following.

And of course because everybody is using these services, you don't want to miss out...and the constant search for gratification and being bombarded with all these beautiful people must mess with many a kid's mind.

Emily certainly worked hard to attain a physique, as do many.

I'd have guessed her somewhere in 5ft 6 range without seeing a quote, 169 isn't hard to believe.

Arch Stanton said on 8/Jun/16
I'm sure she's a nice girl and this height, but something irks me off about these Instagram celebs now. Suddenly all of the world's best looking/genetically blessed people are becoming fitness experts.. It's like they're saying "Look at me, aren't I fabulous? Don't you wanna look like me? It's a good thing that they're encouraging young people to be fit and healthy, but I do think they send out an unrealistic image to a lot of young people to aspire to, she knows that a lot of girls could work out like Chloe Madely but are never going to look as good, so it does come across as showing off. These Instragram celebs compete for views, so it places emphasis on how they look and that something is better, it's superficial b*****ks IMO, not right. My rant is over anyway haha, but I'm sure a few others agree.
Editor Rob: I understand a lot of what you are saying, but fame nowadays has encompassed a lot of Internet Celebrities and Reality (or scripted reality) stars.

Honestly, at some events I've seen a few moderate cosplay/youtube celebrities and been surprised at how popular some can be...

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