The world renowned beauty pageant Miss Continental UK, is helping women to build their self-confidence with a new approach - taking a new turn on the disputed model industry - advocating diversity in every aspect. With this event, Miss Continental UK is also encouraging care and services for young people diagnosed with cancer by supporting and sponsoring the UK Teenage Cancer Trust Charity.
Miss Continental UK is a event and pageant arranged to celebrate the spirit of beauty for real women across the UK regardless of their shape or size, making changes in the society and break the stereotypes of how women “should look” and challange the international diversity issues within the society. In a world where top models are still calling for more diversity in the fashion and beauty industry, International entrepreneur Miss Continental UK is also making every attempt to fill this void.
The organisers of Miss Continental UK have strived hard to modify the barriers normally associated with entering conventional beauty contests. The competition is open to all women aged from 12 to 40 and there are no restrictions on lifestyle or civil status. This marks an important and refreshing step forward in the beauty pageant industry and emphasises the contest’s key purpose of celebrating the spirit of beauty in all women. The application period will be open for another week - submit your application here. The winner will gain national recognition as a powerful, visible and credible spokeswoman for various issues and an ambassador for the Miss Continental UK programme.
The Miss Continental UK pre-final will take place on Sunday 25th March at the Clayton Crown Hotel in London as well as the Grand Finale on the 12th of May. Get your tickets now - to support the diversity of women in the model industry, as well as supporting the life changing care and support for young cancer patients, achieved by the UK Teenage Cancer Trust Charity - the only charity dedicated to create world-class cancer services for tennages between 13 and 24 years old diagnosed with cancer.