Scots beauty glittering award in queen scoops at the Britain Miss Great


Miss Great Britain, scots beauty, had been named after beating 37 other contestants to scoop the glittering crown.
Amy Meisak, from Hamilton, said her dreams came true when she was named the new Miss Great Britain at the final in Leicester.
In competition first, Amy’s mum Laurie also competed in the competition in the Ms. Great Britain Classic section and finished in the top three.

She said that in October, last year was diagnosed with an incurable auto-immune disease called lupus. You can imagine my world has turned upside down, it’s hard to get your head around that when you are a young, fitness-enthused girl who for years has been so invested in being fit and healthy and looking after her body.
Amy then says she was dealt another blow after losing her beloved Grandpa, but winning the competition has been the silver lining for her.

On Instagram, as she signed her Miss GB contract, she said: I am so excited for this next chapter of my life! I honestly can’t believe it! A dream come true!
The spectacle is not just about how you look as Amy and Laurie believe.
They said it was an atmosphere where women supported each other.
An influence had Amy said that spectacles on her and allowed her to meet some of her closest friends.
She said the past 12 months had been a real challenge for her family.

Amy was analyzed with the auto-immune disease Lupus earlier this year. Her grandfather was very close to her and passed away.
She said the competition involved the contestants judged in different categories.
Amy believes she stood out from the crowd as she had created a lady’s empowerment workshop called Limitless.
It seeks to support women by giving them the tools and skills they need to overcome life challenges.

The 22-year-old beauty won this year’s Miss Beach Body in the 76th-year-old pageant.
Talking only to The Sun, she says she is in so much shock, and couldn’t stop shaking when she heard my name.
I would have been delighted to be in the top 12 and never dreamed I’d win.
The competition was stiff this year there were so many other fantastic ladies I honestly didn’t think he would win.
He was so proud to have done it for Belfast. It just shows Belfast girls can do it!
Jen Atkin crowned Eden Miss GB 2020 in front of 20 members of her family and friends who had flown in to support her during two days of intense heats.

Despite stunning looks, single Eden reveals never asked out on a date.
I have no luck with guys, she laughs. But that doesn’t bother her. she is happy living my best life and doing me.
Eden won a luxury trip to Dubai, a year’s modeling contract with online fashion store Shein and £1,000.

The number of competitors for the coveted Miss Great Britain 2021 pageant reached document heights following last year’s introduction of a Ms division (for women aged 28-39).
Kat Henry, a mum of one and Zumba instructor from Croydon, South London, took the Ms. Crown.
She said she was beyond grateful for every single person who played a part in this journey.
We made history on Friday. I continue to pave the way for greater representation of not only plus-size women but also women of color within leadership roles.

To anyone who has ever felt unworthy or incapable of taking up space in society today because they don’t fit a specific mold, he hopes, this inspires you to strive to achieve your dreams.
Contest raised over 45k for Cancer Research UK and Alex Wish.

Top judge and author of Misdemeanours: Beauty Queen Scandals and the Official History of Miss Great Britain, Sally-Ann Fawcett said someone told me as a little girl observing Miss Great Britain on telly back in the 70s that, all these years later, he would be head judge for the very same pageant, he would never have believed it.
Tonight I consider myself unbelievably honored to make the dreams of three women come true.

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