My Miss Universe GB Biography
I am 24 years young living in cosmopolitan London. As a professional in finance I am also a model having had success with major brands and high street names. Being the eldest of eight children, I am blessed with a close family bond. During my school years I completed my GCSE’s a year earlier than required and was awarded a drama scholarship that ended with a guildhall performing arts exam and qualification.
I dream big, set goals and most of the time achieve enough to satisfy my thirst. This drive has rallied my many charity fund raising efforts. Dedication to health and fitness is one of my key interests; this often sets me up for new challenges such as skiing and participating in mud runs. Besides travelling, enjoying food, blogging, soaking up the latest fashion and business news, I study German and strive to be fluent.
I am ambitious, motivated and committed to achieving in all that I put my mind to. I believe competing in Miss Universe GB is not only empowering but it also inspires women to be the best version of themselves; someone all encompassing, rounded and honest. It is my dream to be a good role model not only for the youth of today but also for women worldwide. I look forward to the finals and am fortunate to have the opportunity to be a finalist.
It would be my greatest honor to represent Great Britain in Miss Universe 2015. I will wear the title with utmost pride whilst dedicating myself to the role. It will mean absolutely everything to me to become Miss Universe GB 2015.
Who would have thought that in 1952, a local “bathing beauty” competition spearheaded by Catalina Swimwear in Long Beach, CA would transform into an international annual tradition with countless young women around the world vying to become a part of Miss Universe history? As millions of fans have watched around the globe, the contest has evolved into a powerful, year-round, international organization that advances and supports opportunities for these young women.
These women are savvy, goal-oriented and aware. The delegates who become part of the Miss Universe Organization display those characteristics in their everyday lives, both as individuals, who compete with hope of advancing their careers, personal and humanitarian goals, and as women who seek to improve the lives of others.
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