CARIBBEAN: Amy Harris-Willock is Miss Caribbean UK 2015

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7b8ff23e-7453-46c7-8761-1919a63c9ff9PRESS RELEASE – Who will be the next Caribbean Queen ?  This question was answered at the Grand Finale of the Miss Caribbean UK Beauty Pageant on Saturday 5th December at the prestigious Shaw Theatre on the Euston Road, London.

The Antigua & Barbuda beauty, Amy Harris-Willock, stole the show and won the prestigious competition with her beauty, athleticism and eloquence. She also went to win the best dressed with AgyeFrance among others with compliments from celebrity judges such as the beautiful Rachel Christie.

AgyeFrance Designs Ltd. helped to push the envelope and Amy to the crown with its dramatic, bold and vivacious designs, still elegant and classy in line with the inner and external beauty of the winner.

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The pageant was launched last year to showcase and promote the Caribbean countries.  With its logo ‘Positively Promoting the Caribbean’ the event aims raise to awareness of issues relating to the Caribbean people in the UK and the wider Diaspora by inspiring, informing and uniting both those taking part and the UK audience.‎

Organisers Clayton and Jacqui Brown aim to use pageantry to unify, inspire, educate, entertain and celebrate the historical and cultural impact of the Caribbean.  They state that, “MCUK is more than simply a beauty competition, our winner will be an ambassador for this culturally rich and beautiful part of the world.‎

Patrons shared an unmissable night of culture and entertainment produced and directed by award winning stage director and choreographer, Reuben P Joseph. There were also be more dignitaries and celebrated faces from sport  media , TV and film, music and politics eager to support the promotion and hit the red carpet for the December pre-Christmas Grand Finals soiree.

Main sponsors are:

  • Stoke Newington Travel
  • Designer Travel
  • La Bella Jewellery
  • SoftNFree
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