Dragons’ Den Touker Suleyman posts rare pic of stunning daughter as she turns 24

Dragons Den star Touker Suleyman has shared a rare picture of his daughter on Instagram to celebrate her 24th birthday.

His daughter Tashia looks stunning in the selfie with her long brown locks framing her face, her eyes looking a deep brown and her lip poised into a gorgeous pout.

Along side the beautiful picture of his daughter Touker Suleyman penned: "Happy Birthday to my beautiful daughter Tashia, 24 today. #toukertime "

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Fans were quick to rush to the comments to praise the 24 year old and wish her happy returns.

One fan wrote: "How gorgeous she is."

Another said: "Happy birthday and yes she is beautiful."

A third commented: "Birthday Wishes to a beautiful young girl"

While a forth penned: "What a beautiful girl ! You must be very proud"

This comes after it was reported that one Dragons’ Den reject labelled “unprepared” by the investment tycoons on the BBC show has gone on to sell £96million worth of products.

Rachel Lowe entered the Den back in 2004 to pitch her board game business Destination London, aimed at rivalling iconic games like Monopoly.

The entrepreneur was asking for £75,000 in exchange for 30% of her business, but she left the Den with a sour taste.

The aim of the game is to act as a taxi driver and raise as much money as possible shuttling visitors to central London tourist attractions, with Rachel set on releasing other games across the world to target an international market.

Rachel told the Dragons that it was set to launch in toy giant Hamley’s – but Duncan Bannatyne was quick to scupper her dreams, telling her that the launch might not do anything to propel the business into success.

Peter Jones informed her that there were “too many pitfalls” in the business, and Rachel failed to give precise answers about the numbers surrounding her venture.

She made the classic Den error of confusing gross and net profit, with former Dragon Doug Richard snapping at her: “You’ve just lost my interest completely. We can’t even have a basic business discussion.

It doesn’t seem like you’ve prepared very well,” he told her, before branding it a “crappy investment” behind her back.

Rachel left the Den with nothing – but her business has gone on to outsell Monopoly, its greatest rival in the board game sector, in 2005.

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