Lineyoung's Instagram Audience Analytics and Demographics



Business, fashion & mum. Living in London, Cancer survivor, adoptee, imperfect, size12, anti body shamer, and confused human❤️Shareholder in roccamore

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77.5% of lineyoung's followers are female and 22.5% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 2.30%. The average number of likes per post is 720 and the average number of comments is 6.

Lineyoung loves posting about Fashion, Modeling, Art.

Check lineyoung's audience demography. This analytics report shows lineyoung's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.

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77.5 %
22.5 %


  • Photography 59.20 %
  • Beauty & Fashion 56.16 %
  • Travel & Tourism 55.74 %
  • Art & Design 50.59 %
  • Cars & Motorbikes 47.56 %
  • Restaurants, Food & Grocery 42.16 %
  • Sports 40.28 %
  • Technology & Science 40.28 %
  • Entertainment 38.93 %
  • Home & Garden 36.21 %
  • Fitness & Yoga 35.76 %
  • Children & Family 34.79 %
  • Business & Careers 34.53 %
  • Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 33.55 %
  • Books and Literature 33.53 %


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Today I had the day off and booked a couples spa day with my husband at @bannatynehealthclub - I had orginally coordinated the day when my dad to come, but due to corvid, my dad cancled his trip. So I had to change the booking, prio to the treatment I filled in the fact that I have/had cancer, so they were aware, whrn I filled in the questionaire, no notifications about giving the more info came up. So I assumed everything was ok. When we arrived I was told quite quickly due to the cancer diagnosis they were not able to give me the booked and paid treatment, which I were very surprised about, since they were noted in 4 days in advanced, but they told me they only read these mails on the day. I then requested refund, which they refused. I were left baffled. Since my diagnosis I have experience places not willing to provide treatments, but then they would simply have refunded me, and wished me all the best, the Manager simply laughed and offered no solution, for some reason did really got to me today, and I left sobbing in the car, my first "date" with my husband since we moved to London ending like this, not for the experience itself, but simply because it made me feel so lost and complicated, that I cant book a simple massage and pamper myself without complications, it made me feel weak unwanted and sick, and I absolutly hate that feeling. Tomorrow I will be good again.. I promise, and I will get my last cancer results.

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Getting ready for the first day back on the office, Lucas made me a fresh orange juice, obviously in a pair of roccamore boots:) Its more than 6 months since we took the leap and moved to London, after I got offered a job at partypoker. And my boss just approved for the company to pay a MBA for me. I meet many people who look at me, and think this has been an easy way back, having a almost 8 years break from the office, staying home with the kids, getting cancer, and try to reclaim my carreer. It was NOT! - It was not. I applied for countless jobs and got mostly no replies, and I remember when I hit a low, cried to my husband that I feelt sick, old, outdates and disposable. Today it feels strange, that I have felt like that. I love my job, its a fun and entertaining product, which I enjoy representing. I'm a part of dynamic and international team, working in my dream job, and have a share of a shoe company, so today in an age of 43, there is no limits to my dreams and ambitions anymore, and the negative thoughts, is just another challenge which had to be solved. Remember no matter how dark and hopeless your life can look, there is always a way, if you believe in yourself, and that you CAN! Have a nice day♡ Line

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2011, the birth of Lucas, the highlight of our life. 2012, Pregant with Chloe on our family photo. Worried that it would impossible to love a second child as much as the first? 2013, Birth of Chloe, and who will ever have thought that you had all that extra love?  This year I was also diagnosed with thyroid cancer and had my first neck surgery.  2014, had my first RAI treatment, had to leave my family for 4 weeks, and could only see the kids for 1 hour a day they last week of the isolation. Roccamore shoes was proberbly launched and I'm wearing some of the first sample shoes. I also had ankle surgery that year and mentally preparing for second RAI treatment. I was told I would never run long distances again. 2015, I had RAI again and this times 6 weeks isolation from my family, additional ankle surgery. I started treatment in UK, after they found out I was immune to RAI. I had double neck surgery and 1 split sternum surgey. I went a depression, many times ready to give up. 2016, I had additional neck surgery plus armsurgery plus 28 radioation treatment. I almost lost my voice for 6 months, I start exercising like crazy and became very vocal about anti body shamings, carry you scars with pride. I became ambassadors for Dove, Tresemme, Eurosport Malta (Adidas) and MAC makeup. I startede the search for my biological family, and were contacted by my sister who lived in Baltimore, and found my brother and birth mother. My Danish mother got diagnosed with cancer.  2017, I start the Starlight project, a kids book to help parents to tell the kids about how to cope with illness. I Went to New York Fashion week, and visit my birth mother in Chicago. 2018, my Danish mother Anni died, and the world became black. 2019, Jani and I. The photo is a bit older, because I was in black, depressed and shattered from my mothers passing. Many days I was in bed, just crying. So I  wanted to share a positive photo from a lovely moment. 2020, We decided to relocate to London, after 12 wonderful years in Malta. We are adapting and accepting our new reality, there is good and their are bad days, but most time we are happy and grateful.

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I have not posted so much for some time, and some have started to get worried. Let me start saying I'm good, I'm actually great - Life happens, and to be honest, sometimes it can create stress and a lot of tensions at the moment, but for my husband and I, its a challenge not an obstacle and we are trying to get the most out of it, for ourselves and our children. I have changed a lot the last couple of years - For some time my life was getting new bags and shoes and I numbed myself with more superficial things, but I have come to learn and appreciate many other things, particularly the quality time with the family and good friends. Last year at this time, I rushed to Denmark, because my mother was dying, and I admit her passing has probably changed me more than anything else. I miss and think her every day, but somehow it has also given me some inner peace, to finally after many years chasing my own shadow, learned to accept myself, and not what I think other people want from me. Life is not easy, and in an age of 42, I only feel I have learned a fraction of life, but on this beautiful sunny day in Malta I feel positive and optimistic for the future for my family and me. Have a lovely Tuesday everyone

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5 years ago I got cancer, and like everybody else, I was not equipped for it - How to tell you children about it, while trying to figuring things out yourself, and accepting your own mortality? 7 surgeries, 28 rounds of radiation, countless hormone and rai treatments, more than 30% away from my children.. The only children's book I could find was made in the 60's and not really helping my children to understand my situation, so I teamed up with a wonderful team to create a children's book, and tool for parents like me to tell their children about illness, without scaring them, to make understand its ok to feel guilty when someone is sick. My own mother got cancer and died before I could finish this project, and I realized that I have become the child myself, struggling, feeling guilty and facing the heart-breaking truth. Im so happy and proud to announce that our book Starlight is now for sale on Amazon, it has been a long way, but very important project for me, hopefully it can help other parents facing hard times. I wish my mother could see it <3 Fantastic written by Lara Sierra and Fabeleous illustrated by BAFTA nominated illustrator @izzyburtonart + the renowned clinical psychologist and author Nihara Krause. Click my bio to purchase the book. #cancer #starlight

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This weekend I went on a weekend trip with 2 good friends. All in black clothes. So its easier to pack:)

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I feel lost - after more than 5 years with cancer, I realized it have become a big part of my identity and in many ways, I'm lost without. Don't misunderstand me. I'm happy to be alive, but when you are in survival mode or having an "enemy", you don't have the same time to really reflect over life. And I have come to terms, that I'm one of those people, who always has been better under stress, and have a hard time to enjoy the "quiet" times. I heard in a TED talk, that having a serious illness is just like going to war, but instead of going to the frontline, you battle within yourself, and afterward, you struggle with the same feelings and emotions.. PTSD - Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Is there any other survivors out there, who can recognize this? x #cancer #ptsd #postcancer

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Launch of 5 new brands at @debenhamsmalta #sloggi #triumph #tripp #oasis #veromoda

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Omega 50 years anniversary for moonlanding #omega

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I had 28 rounds of radiation and 3 surgeries on my neck, and to be honest I Think it looks terrible, but I never edit my neck to look better before now. Picture 1 is without edit 2 is with edit. I only make this post to make focus on scars and imperfections. Love your scars and imperfections❤️#kickcancer #loveyourscars

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Very recommended 🦐🦞@susurrusrestaurant #stjulians #corinthiahotels #susurrus #malta🇲🇹 #foodporn #TheWannabeMaltese

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The last 5 years have been a crazy journey, as most of you know, I got diagnosed with incurable thyroid cancer, and had 7 surgeries, Rai treatments, and radioactive beams, lost my voice got it back / my husband stopped drinking alcohol, and decided to get a healthier version of himself, I was in search of my biological mother and was found by my sister Hana, and have this whole new amazing family in US, Korean mother, brother and sister. Life surely do take some crazy and some times wonderful turns. Have a nice Tuesday. Photos of my sister Hana @Hana lulu12 and I in The Danish TV program: Naeste aar samme tid. (Both in @roccamore_shoes boots 👢) #adoption #roccamore


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