Three inspirational Staffordshire beauty queens are due to grace the stage at The Miss International UK Beauty Pageant, 2021.
Next year, Staffordshire has three outstanding young women taking part in the Miss International Beauty Pageant. The pageant is one of the most prestigious beauty pageants in the world – and is classed as one of the ‘big four’ alongside Miss World & Miss Universe!
Three Staffordshire women have successfully made it through to the UK Grand finals in 2021. The winner, will then be flown to Japan where they will share the stage from women across the world at the Miss International Grand Final.
The UK Grand finalists are, Caitlin Samuel-Camps(Miss South Staffordshire International), Heather Jordan (Miss Staffordshire International) and Rose Hampton (Miss Midlands International).
Over the next 6 months, the ladies plan to do their bit to represent Staffordshire and the Midlands at the national level. They are all passionate about working with local charities and raising awareness about causes close to their heart.
Rose Hampton (Miss Midlands International) said: “I am honoured to have been chosen to represent the Midlands and my home county of Staffordshire. I’m going to use the platform to support Staffordshire Women’s Aid who’s mission is to help women suffering from domestic violence and abuse. They empower women to find independence and create better lives for themselves and their children. The motto of the Miss International organisation is to ‘Cheer All Women’. I want to help cheer for those women who are fighting on despite the challenges they face.”
Heather Jordan (Miss Staffordshire) said: “I want to make a lasting impression on as many people’s lives as I can. Making the change that is needed the most in the lives of people who really need it. I want to be the voice for those who don’t have one.”
Caitlin Samuel-Camps (Miss South Staffordshire International) said: “I am truly grateful for the opportunity to represent the local community within Staffordshire at a national level. Currently, I am an undergraduate BA (Hons) Business Management (Enterprise) student at Birmingham City University. As a young entrepreneur, I am incredibly passionate about my platform of Female Entrepreneurship, and I will be working hard to raise awareness of entrepreneurship and how young women can develop businesses from their innovative ideas to become leaders. Additionally, I will be raising money for The Prince’s Trust who provide resources, training and funding for young people aged 18-30 who are interested in enterprise to help turn their ideas into reality.”
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