My Blog Submission for Regency International by Ms Diamond UK

So i havent posted on here since lockdown ended but im pleased to announce that I won Ms Diamond UK and ill be travelling to Las Vegas in July to compete in Regency International. As part if the pageant I have submitted a blog fir the blogger award which us all about the benefits of competing in pageants !

cluck the link to read

https://www.regencyinternationalpageant.com/2022/05/02/why-are-pageants-empowering-and-what-are-the-benefits/

Lockdown Week 20 – by Ms Diamond South Yorkshire

So another week another lockdown blog !!

This week as video was published about invisible illness. The full post is below

I said I wanted to create an Invisible Illness and Disability Show Reel for pageant people within my reign, so here it is. Thank you all for your patience, it was about 6 hours of editing time!

It’s so important we highlight the issues those that “look well” face every day, and just to send out the message to be kind to everyone. You don’t always know what someone is going through just by looking at them.

Thank you to the ladies in the video that took the time to create your videos, and played a part in raising awareness. Without you my show reel would not have been possible.

Please share this as much as possible to help get the message out there.

Not all disabilities are visible. ❤️

Ms. International Curve 2019/2020

I was so happy to talk part in this here’s a couple of pictures from it !

Next I took park in a diamond campaign which are directors had set us !

So I have been a Diamond since April 2019 due to covid19 our final for May 2020 was changed to Feb 2021.

Being a diamond has allowed me to be part of a family that support each other and help each other when we can from supporting each other’s campaigns to just been a shoulder to cry on !

I have accomplished so many things during my reign from bungee jumping which was incredibly scary to starting my cancer Chats with Charlotte and interviewing around 150 fellow regional, national and international queens from around the world !

I have also been blessed to be able to talk about the Diamond System and my platform of cancer awareness and end of life care locally, nationally and internationally which has been incredible.

I wonder what the next 7 months of being a regional diamond queen will bring ?

My next online campaign is supporting a diamond sister

Supporting my sister queen in her campaign #shinebright

I have so many things that make me smile from my family and friends to my crazy dog and when we’re allowed again travelling !

Lockdown Week 19 by Ms Diamond South Yorkshire

So it’s still quite in pageant land ! Unfortunately due to social restrictions there are no pageants to attend and still no charity events to help out with. So I’m continuing with another week of my lock down blog.

So to develop my platform further I have decided to complete an accredited course !

NCFE CACHE Level 2 Certificate in Understanding Cancer Support

As well as starting my course I also filmed 3 cancer Chats with Charlotte ! I had to take a break from filming this but I’m excited to start talking about my platform more again. Here’s a screen shot of my first one which was added to my Facebook page on Saturday.

I also filmed a video this week for world lung cancer again to view the video again go to my Facebook page.

And that’s it for another week in pageant land from me ! X

Lockdown 18 by Ms Diamond South Yorkshire

So unfortunately there are still no events I can attend or help with at the moment so I’m carrying on with online campaigns and interviews!

My first online campaign for the week is …

Joining in with Cheniel’s campaign who is a YEMI finalist about raising awareness for Domestic Abuse.

Domestic abuse can include, but is not limited to, the following:

Coercive control (a pattern of intimidation, degradation, isolation and control with the use or threat of physical or sexual violence)

• Psychological and/or emotional abuse [2]

• Physical or sexual abuse

Financial or economic abuse

Harassment and stalking

Online or digital abuse

You can join in the campaign with the info below!

“I would like to welcome you to join my campaign it’s not always as it seems. This is to spread awareness on the different type of domestic abuse, to show that not all domestic abuse are physical. Not all the scars can be see on the outside

Take 1 photo with you all glam, happy and smiling. Take another photo strip back in something comfy (onesie,pjs, loungewear) not smiling and in black and white. Place in a collage together with the hashtag #Itnotalwaysasitseems

In a video or caption share a fact, a myth or a type of Domestic abuse. Information can be found on https://www.womensaid.org.uk”

Tonight I’ll be doing a live chat with some fellow queens !!

Here’s a little photo of my interview !

I recently took part in Megan Jubbs campaign

Here’s the full post

When looking at the collage above, what do you think we have in common?

Is it we’re all girls? That most of us do pageants? That were all smiling? Yes you are right but what you don’t see if that the one thing ALL of us on this collage have in common is that we all suffer with an invisible illness or disability. All these amazing people on this collage have struggles that you cannot physically see, but struggles that affect our life’s daily. I wanted to make this collage to show that invisible illnesses and disabilities are a thing and can result in hospital visits, surgery and more , just like visible illnesses and disabilities can, just because you can’t see it, doesn’t it mean it doesn’t exist, there is more than meets the eye💝

Often those struggling are seen as lazy or inconsiderate but this is far from the truth, they have as much right as someone you can see who is visibly struggling. These people are the reason I try and raise as much awareness as possible, all those struggling out there, are my reason 💕

It’s so important to be kind, you never know who may be fighting the invisible💓

Thank you to everyone who got involved by sending in a picture, it’s really helped to show that anyone, any age can struggle💝

Meg~ MTPG Nottingham x

I also got a little thank you in the mail !

My next online campaign is …

Supporting my sister Queen Teen Diamond U.K. / Teen Regency International Lucy !! In her campaign for transgender and LGBTQ+ sisters.
“Many pageants still have rules that are trans exclusionary (“born/genetically female” as opposed to Legally Female) and some have Rules against Gay Women.
These rules are depriving transgender women of a voice and a platform within pageantry. As we have seen Miss Universe has led by example and given us an incredible role model for young women in Angela Ponce as well as amazing representation for young transgender women.
Please show your support of transgender and LGBTQ+ queens and pageant girls. Share a picture of you in white, pink or blue and the trans pride flag.
Do not deprive us of LGBTQ+ Voices in our pageant sisterhood.”

#EqualityInPageantry #PageantryForAllWomen

Lockdown Week 17 by Ms Diamond South Yorkshire

So we’re onto week 17 !!

My first online appearance of the week is

Joining in with Jasmine Pearce Miss Teen Global Darling Norfolk campaign #keepitclean as part of Plastic Free July

Here I am doing some recycling last year I learnt so much about how single use plastic effects put oceans and how important it is to recycle and cut down your own single use plastic

There are lots of things that’s I have changed including using a metal water bottle which I reuse.

My next online campaign is

Joining in with Nicolas campaign who is a Miss United Kingdom Rose Finalist to raise awareness of Ectopic Pregnancy by wearing something Pink or Blue, I chose pink ! This campaign means so much to her as In 2009 She was rushed to hospital for life saving surgery. Nicola has an ectopic pregnancy and her fallopian tube had rupture causing internal bleeding. She didn’t know She was pregnant and She didn’t know the warning signs.

An ectopic pregnancy is a medical emergency in which a fertilized egg implants itself outside the uterus. Usually, an ectopic pregnancy is situated in one of the fallopian tubes. As it grows, it can cause the tube to tear or burst. This results in dangerous internal bleeding.

Symptoms of an ectopic pregnancy

• a missed period and other signs of pregnancy.
• tummy pain low down on 1 side.
• vaginal bleeding or a brown watery discharge.
• pain in the tip of your shoulder.
• discomfort when peeing or pooing.

Symptoms of a rupture
• a sharp, sudden and intense pain in your tummy
• feeling very dizzy or fainting
• feeling sick
• looking very pale

Call 999 for an ambulance or go to your nearest accident and emergency (A&E) department immediately if you experience these symptoms.

My next interview will be on Facebook live !! With these beautiful ladies !

My next online campaign is ….

I just saw this on Jasmin a Miss Global Finalist page and I thought I would join in !!

Today is shark awareness day and last year I learnt so much about shark finning so I have included a link so you can find out more about shark finning which is horrendous !!

https://www.discoverwildlife.com/animal-facts/fish/what-is-shark-finning-and-why-is-it-a-problem/

My next online appearance

Joining in with PQUK campaign that pageant stereotyping is a real thing and because of this they have decided to run a campaign to dispel those myths.

To join in with it all you need to do is share your own story with there image below to send a message to the public that it’s not all “lipstick and heels”

As they say “We are real, we are career women, we study, we learn, we support causes, we support each other, we work hard, we are passionate and dedicated and we are a community of love and friendship. We are powerful women who enjoy our hobby, we work hard all year for a moment of pleasure of dressing up and taking to our stage.”

My stereotype is the fact I can be a beauty queen and also be a mother !

#breakingthestereotype

Lockdown Week 16 by Ms Diamond South Yorkshire

So things are slowly getting back to normal but social distancing is still in place. We still can’t have large gatherings so charity events are still postponed or cancelled so I’m carrying on for at least another week highlighting my appearances I do to help raise more awareness.

My first appearance of the week !

Supporting Young Ms International 2019 by wearing red to support our arts & events industry.

Due to covid19 the arts & events industry is struggling but there is a new cultural support package that’s been put together to help. Will you go red too and shoe support for the arts ?

You can find more information for your posts using the #lightitred or #savetheartsuk hashtags or visiting http://www.artscouncil.org.uk

My next appearance is for no plastic July !! Ps this wasn’t my bottle !

Supporting Georgia Newcombe – Miss Diamond Leicester & Skylar – Mini Miss Diamond Kent in there campaign #plasticbegone for no plastic July!

My next online campaign is ….

I’m joining in @lynzamo campaign silence our stigma #sos
We are wearing black & white and holding a phrase that we have personally been faced with regarding our mental health.
‘Your just sad” is an easy assumption to make if someone is struggling mentally alot of people still think mental health issues are just something that will last a couple of days and we will snap out of it but that’s not the case. #sos #silenceourstigma #mentalhealthawareness

My next online appearance is ….

Supporting Laura Davis who is a Miss Voluptuous U.K. finalist in her campaign
world upside down with the RNIB to raise awareness for those living with blindness and sight loss such as her and also myself I can’t see very well with my glasses or contacts I’m currently a -9.50 on my prescription and it continues to get worse at each eye test.

All you need to do to take part is

  1. Take a beautiful picture of yourself in your sash/crown
  2. Turn it upside down
  3. Post it to your social media with the hashtag #WorldUpsideDown (please use a capital letter for each word in the hashtag, it helps partially sighted people differentiate teach word and aids those who use a magnifier)

My next online campaign is …

#bullyingendshere !! I was bullied throughout school it’s horrible and it stays with you forever !

We all have difference of opinions and that’s fine but don’t bully !!

I nominate my diamond sisters !!

My next online campaign is …

Supporting Emily who is a Miss Voluptuous Finalist in #awarenessforgreen to help raise awareness and educate people about mental health !!

Samaritans is a chosen charity for Ms Diamond and there website has lots of information about mental health !

https://www.samaritans.org

Lockdown Week 15 by Ms Diamond South Yorkshire

So my first bit of press for a while is this article https://www.doncasterfreepress.co.uk/news/people/doncaster-beauty-queen-goes-global-2898462

My first online appearance for a week or so is a little awareness video !

I’m in my local paper !!!

My latest cancer Chats with Charlotte is now live ! You go to my Facebook page to view the video !

I got awarded a lovely certificate for judging an online pageant too !

Interview with Mrs. Galaxy Calgary 2020/2021 – Shiva BM

Firstly thank you so much for taking the time to answer my questions about your pageant journey for my pageant lockdown blog. It’s lovely getting to know fellow pageant queens and more about the systems that they represent.

Can you introduce yourself ?

Mrs. Galaxy Calgary 2020/21, Shiva BM

What made you enter pageants ?

I’ve always loved doing pageants, but what made meenter was coming across a post on Instagram from Mrs. Canada Globe, @Monica.Fryers on Instagram,and realizing there was a “Mrs. Division” in many pageant systems. Monica and I talked a little bit and she suggested that I give it shot and I decided to go for it.

Can you tell us about your pageant journey so far ?

This is my first time competing in pageants, and so far the journey has been very exciting and amazing. I’ve met the delegates and the reigning queens in an online orientation, and everyone is quite supportive and fun. It is truly a sisterhood and I can’t wait to meet all of them and my national director, Sindy, in person.

What made you decide to compete in the Galaxy system ?

I did my research and although Canada Galaxy Pageants has only been there for a short time, I’ve read and heard many good reviews about them. I love that inclusivity is one of its core values, which is very important for me. I’m proud to be representing a system that gives everyone equal opportunities regardless of their age, race, sexual orientation, and so on and it is up to the delegates to use this opportunity and platform to represent what they stand for and believe in.

What is the best thing that pageants have taught you ?

The best thing I learnt is constantly pushing myself out of my comfort zone and always striving to learn more and grow as a person.

What’s your pageant platform and why?

Mental health is my passion, and that’s why one of my bachelor’s degrees I’m studying for is in Psychology. I want to use my platform to bring awareness to mental wellbeing and reduce the stigma around it. I want people to know that struggles with mental health is more common than they think especially now that the pandemic has limited our social interactions, and it can directly affect our wellbeing both mentally and physically.

What’s your dream title ?

Mrs. Galaxy Canada 2021 and then Mrs. Galaxy International 2021

If you were to win Mrs. Galaxy what would it mean to you ?

For me, it would be a dream come true, something extraordinary that I cherish for as long as I live. It would give me a bigger audience to share my journey and passion with as their reigning queen. [Even talking about it gives me goosebumps..]

What’s the best advice you have for fellow pageant queens ?

Focus on yourself and what you want to achieve in this competition rather than comparing yourself with other delegates, and I’m sure it will take you far.

What have you been doing in the run up to your pageant final ?

The first step for me was to make sure I’m taking care of myself mentally and physically. So, I’ve been doing a lot of meditating and working out to stay fit mentally and physically. Also, I’ve taken one of The Fundamentals of Pageantry courses with the amazing Maria Giorlando, @thepagaentgal on Instagram, to prep for the competition, and I look forward to more classes with her.

How has the lockdown due to Covid19 affected your pageant journey ?

Well, my pageant competition got cancelled, which issad but health and safety of everyone comes first, of course. On the bright side, I get to keep my title as Mrs. Galaxy Calgary for another year and gives me more time to build my platform and prepare for the big event. The new date for the pageant is set to August 22, 2021 so, save the date!

Has your reign been extended due to COVID19?

Yes, until next year.

What makes a good pageant role model ?

I think the most important thing about being a role model is having self-awareness. There are so many people who look up to you, and you need to be best version of yourself all the time. As a pageant role model, it is also important to be a positive source of information not only about pageantry but also major current world events.

What’s your favourite pageant round ?

The evening gown because all the contestants look so gorgeous and glamorous.

How do you deal with pageant nerves ?

Staying present and not thinking about what I’m going to do next helps a lot. Also, focusing on what I’mdoing rather than comparing myself with others.

Social Media Links

Instagram: @shivasdiary

Facebook: @Shiva BM

Thank you so much for taking the time to answer my questions it’s been lovely getting to know you and more about your platform. I wish you all the best at the final of Mrs Galaxy Canada. Much Love Charlotte, Ms Diamond South Yorkshire 2020.

Interview with Royal International Miss Arizona Preteen 2020 – Ashley Nevison

Copyright Photographer is PG Photography @pgphotographyaz

Firstly thank you so so much for taking the time to answer my questions about your pageant journey for my pageant lockdown blog. It’s lovely getting to know fellow pageant queens and more about the systems that they represent.

Can you introduce yourself ?

Royal International Miss Arizona Preteen 2020 my name is Ashley Nevison and I’m 13 years old

What made you enter pageants ?

I was bullied very severely by an entire family when I was 8 years old. As a result, I lost all of my confidence and didn’t feel like I belonged. I went to counseling for years and it helped some. But I still was lacking confidence in myself when my mom received an invitation to compete in a pageant in the mail. The letter stated that the pageant system is all about gaining confidence so she thought we might as well try it. I absolutely loved it and gained so much confidence with my first pageant. 2 years later I now have gained all my confidence in myself back and I credit the pageant systems for it. 

Can you tell us about your journey so far ?

My first pageant was National American Miss in Arizona. I had no clue what I was doing but was very happy that I won the art award and 1st runner up for the Heart of Service. I enjoyed all the new friends I made and had so much fun that I decided I would get a coach so that I would know what I was doing. I then competed in USA National Miss Arizona. I was happy that I won academic achievement and made tons more friends. I actually got a new best friend from that pageant. I kept working on my confidence and my walk and 6 months later I competed in Ms. Arizona Junior High and actually placed 1st runner up. I was so thrilled. Then 2 weeks later I competed at Royal International Miss Arizona and won. I actually didn’t believe that it was my name when they called it. I feel like I have been living in a dream ever since. 

What made you decide to compete in Royal International Miss System ?

Copyright Photographer is PG Photography @pgphotographyaz

I decided to compete in Royal International Miss because I love how service oriented they are. I love that they have the Role Model Program that recognizes and awards women for their community service. I believe that giving back to your community is so important. And I have been so blessed that I have been able to get even more involved in my community since I won.

I also decided to compete in RIM Arizona because the Arizona director is amazing. I met her at a volunteer event with several Arizona Queens. She is so supportive and involved with volunteering. She has been the best director so I am so glad that the first time that I won it was at RIM Arizona. 

What the best thing that pageants have taught you ?

Pageants have taught me to believe in myself. That I am worthy. And that everyone is special and unique and has something to give. I credit building my confidence back up to pageants. Never stop believing in yourself and even if you don’t win a queen title it just means it’s a no for today, not a no for forever. Just keep working on improving and your time to shine will come. 

What’s your pageant platform and why ?

My pageant platform is Friends Stand Up. When I was being bullied no one stood up for me and told the bully to stop. No one knew what to do. I knew about bullying because of my experiences with it but it wasn’t until 6thgrade that we learned about it in school. I decided to start Friends Stand Up to empower younger kids with the tools they need to stand up to bullies. I go to K – 4th grade classrooms and read anti bullying and kindness books to help them learn what bullying is and what to do if they see it happening. I think it is really important that we start the conversation about bullying, why it is bad and what to do if you see it happening, younger than it currently is. 

What’s your dream title ?

My dream title would be to win the divisional or role model title at Royal International Miss. 

If you were to win your age division or Role Model Title at Royal International Miss what would it mean to you ?

If I was to win my dream title it would mean the world to me. It would give me a larger platform to spread my anti bullying and spreading kindness message. I think that with the title comes great responsibility to not only represent Royal International Miss to the best of my ability but to also use the title to help change the world one voice at a time. 

What’s the best advice you have for fellow pageant queens ?

Believe in yourself and never stop being you. Don’t let anyone take away your sparkle. Because you are beautiful and perfect just the way you are. 

What have you been doing since you won the title of Royal International Miss Arizona Preteen ?

Since I won Royal International Miss Arizona Preteen I have been volunteering as much as I can. I have been sewing cat toys and blankets for my charity Sargeant’sArmy and volunteering a lot with my fellow sister queens at places like Feed My Starving Children and Youth for Troops and also volunteering with the National Charity League San Tan Chapter. I have also been reading lots of anti bullying books through my platform Friends Stand Up. After my first few readings with Friends Stand up I decided that I wanted to write a children’s book on bullying inspired by my story. So I wrote and illustrated Gino and the Monster Bully which was published in May. I enjoyed the writing process so much that I am currently writing my second children’s book. I haven’t finalized a name yet but it is a book about how everyone is beautiful and we should all be friends and it is geared towards 3-8 year olds. 

Favourite ever appearance ?

I volunteered helping Santa pass out cookies to everyone who visited Santa at Winterfest in Heber-Overgaard over Thanksgiving weekend. It is a 3 hour drive from where I live. And it had snowed earlier that week. We don’t get snow in Phoenix so it was a big treat to go visit and play in the snow. And I got to help Santa!

How has the lockdown due to Covid19 affected your pageant journey ?

I haven’t been able to volunteer outside of my home as much, which has been disappointing. But at least I have been able to sew masks to donate to health care providers and essential workers. 

I also had several classrooms scheduled to read to through Friends Stand Up that were canceled. But I started reading to classes through Zoom and I was actually able to read to 4 different classrooms in Colorado that way. So that is positive. It’s a little more difficult to read over zoom but I am happy that I was able to keep spreading my message. I am hopeful that we will get to attend school in person this fall but at least I know that I can continue to read books over zoom. 

What makes a good pageant role model ?

A good pageant role model is approachable, kind, generous and supportive. She is someone who is always willing to lend a hand to anyone who needs it. She leads by example and always strives to make everyone around her feel comfortable and welcome. 

What’s your favourite pageant round ?

My favorite is interview

How do you deal with pageant nerves ?

Since I am a dancer and my dream is to be a professional ballerina I have learned a lot of ballet variations. I love performing on the stage and I get really happy when I know I will be performing. So I go through the steps of variations in my head. It takes my mind to my happy place and keeps me thinking about something else. I also tell myself for interview nerves that it is just a conversation with the judges about me. And I know everything that I can about myself J 

Social Media Links

Copyright Lissa Ann Photography @lissaannphotography

Pageant account @rimarizonapreteen on Instagram. On Facebook: Royal International Miss Arizona Preteen 

Dance account @dance.sparkle.ashley on Instagram 

Platform accounts @sargeantsarmy and @friendsstandupon Instagram

Additional Information

If you would like me to read in person or virtually to your school or youth group, please send me a DM to @friendsstandup on Instagram 

Sargeant’s Army is a 501(c)3 charitable foundation. DM @sargeantsarmy on Instagram if you would like to make a tax deductible donation or if you have fabric that you would like to donate to cat toys and blankets. 

Thank you so much for taking the time to answer my questions about your pageant journey it’s been lovely getting to know and more about your platform. I wish you all the best at the finals next week. Much Love Charlotte, Ms Diamond South Yorkshire 2020.

Interview with Ellen Miller – Miss Voluptuous U.K. Finalist

Firstly thank you so much for taking the time to answer my questions about your pageant journey it’s lovely getting to know fellow pageant queens and more about the systems that they represent.

Can you introduce yourself ?

Miss Voluptuous UK finalist 2020. Ellen Miller. 29

What made you enter pageants ?

This is my first pageant! I feel like I’m at a point in my life that I can offer more and pageants offer a great platform and support network. I’ve never felt 100% comfortable in my body but I’m learning so by entering it’s pushing me out of my comfort zone and challenging how I view myself. 

Can you tell us about your pageant journey so far ?

Last year I was selected as a London finalist for the Rose of Tralee- it’s a festival more than a pageant. I really loved the emphasis on personal qualities and Irish heritage-it felt like home! After that I had such a surge in confidence; I wanted to experience that again and felt pageants offered that.

What made you decide to compete in the Miss Voluptuous System ?

Miss Voluptuous focuses on female empowerment and leadership which resonated with me as that’s the woman I want to be. Being a curvy girl also having that representation felt important to me.
 

What the best thing that pageants have taught you ?

I’m still very new to this! But so far it’s taught me to be kinder to myself and that it’s OK to say “hey I can be pretty awesome sometimes”. Also just how amazing the support of the other girls has been in such a short space of time. Everyone lifts each other up.

What’s your pageant platform and why ?

My platform is for ending violence against womenwith a focus on awareness of sexual violence. I’ll be raising awareness on the important work that the EVAW (end violence against women) coalition do at government and local level. Currently they have several campaigns ongoing that seek changes and updates to current legislation such as the domestic violence bill and demanding more justice for rape victims/survivors through the CPS (crown prosecution service). I chose this as my platform as I’m one of those rape statistics, 6 years ago I was raped and seeking justice was impossible. I want to be a voice for anyone who has had to go through similar. I can’t change what happened to me or my experience but I hope that in advocating or even just speaking out it could change someone else’s. My charity of choice is the Women and girls network (WGN). They offer a range of services across London as well as a helpline for those experiencing any violence. Without them I don’t know if I’d be here today. Both WGN & EVAW coalition rely on donations to continue their work.

What’s your dream title ?

Miss Voluptuous International!

If you were to win Miss Voluptuous International what would it mean to you ?

I would 100% cry firstly! But to me it would show myself how far I’ve actually come but also that others have seen the heart that lies  in my passions

What’s the best advice you have for fellow pageant queens ?

Don’t be afraid to ask for help from others. Try not to compare yourself to what others are doing and focus on you!

What have you been doing in the run up to your pageant final ?

I’ve mainly been working on getting some fundraising events organised. I’ve also started a vlog on YouTube called ‘PPE to pageants’ as a way to document my pageant journey but also to talk about my platform and share information and create discussion surrounding it.

Favourite ever appearance ?

During the London finals of the Rose of Tralee all the finalists got to attend the Irish embassy in London for afternoon tea either the Irish ambassador to the UK that was really specia!

How has the lockdown due to Covid19 affected your pageant journey ?

Well as an emergency nurse it’s meant that work has been made even more incredibly stressful and everything outside of work put to the wayside. I’ve been wearing scrubs and trainers way more than usual! Hopefully now we are phasing out of lockdown I can make more progress with things like my platform and appearances.

What makes a good pageant role model ?

Someone who shows passion and follows through on that. To me humility and kindness are some of the most important things you can show.

What’s pageant round are you looking forward to the most ?

I’m looking forward to eco wear the most. It’s the most challenging and I like the creative side that it’s bringing out in me. 

How do you deal with nerves ?

I normally wear my claddagh ring my Mum got me. So I hold on to it, take a deep breathe and count to 3!

Thank you so much for taking the time to answer my questions about your pageant journey. It’s been lovely speaking to you I wish you all the best at the final. I also want to say a huge thank you for your hard work as a nurse during the pandemic. Much Love Charlotte, Ms Diamond South Yorkshire 2020.

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