• Derek Tokarzewski

Rosemary Lloyd Pure International Miss United Kingdom 2019


Rosemary Lloyd Pure International Miss United Kingdom 2019, World Class Beauty Queens Magazine, Photo by Circle of Life Photography

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine would like to welcome amazing Queen Rosemary Lloyd Pure International Miss United Kingdom 2019.

Full name: Rosemary Lloyd

Title/Year: Pure International Miss United Kingdom 2019

Pageant System: Pure International Pageants

Age: 25

Zodiac sign: Pisces

Hobbies: Modelling, Acting, astronomy, Ballet Dancing and singing

Platform: Salvation Army, QPR Suicide Prevention, M.E Association,

Years competed: 2011-2019

Countries visited: Wales, Scotland, Ireland, France, Belgium, Holland, Germany, Austria, Italy, Greece, Portugal, Slovakia, Poland, Egypt, America, Indonesia

Likes: Inspiring others, making an impact and BBQ chicken wings

Dislikes: Unkindness

Status: single

World Class Beauty Queens: Please tell us about yourself?

I was born in Primrose hill London in 1993 at the Royal free hospital. I was born premature so spent most of my early hours in an incubator. I was taught social independence from the very start of life. I always been a determined baby and eager to learn and do things myself, one time as a toddler I was determined to walk across London bridge not be in the pram, so I got out and insisted pushing the pram myself. My father knew from that point that I was going to be independently minded. So there you have it, I am a independently minded. Apart from that, I am a part time neuroscience degree student, model, Beauty Queen and a charity ambassador. My charity work has enabled me to become an A QPR suicide prevention gatekeeper coach, M.E activist for people who suffer from neurological illnesses and disabilities. I grew up in a one parent family and never knew what it was like to have a mother, not having a mother figure to nurture me. At eleven, I was scouted in China town London to model, I went along shy as I originally wanted to be a doctor/surgeon. I have now been modelling for 16 years. However., I started competing in pageants and that’s when I won my first title, I started competing for years winning various titles. Pageantry saved me in many ways and gave me a sense of what I was doing in my life after overcoming a serious illness. I felt I was giving back to the community and it gave me a platform to help others. After winning various titles, now on my 20 th . My modelling career really flourished in which I won ‘model of the year’, best ‘Best pageant queen this’ and the one that meant the most, young role model of the year’. I felt in shock as I never believed I would come this far. I have gone from winning my local borough to holding an international title. This year, I have overcome two operations and manage a lifelong autoimmune disease. However, I don’t let it affect my work or follow my dreams. World Class Beauty Queens: What does women Empowerment means to you?

It means to celebrate women’s success not to compete amongst each other and bring our fellow sisters down, if we all celebrate each other’s success, we can grow to be a stronger unit for Women empowerment. Women go through a lot of body changes each month, child birth, smear tests, raising children, running a home, working full time. We must meet high standards of beauty. It’s a lot we go through. So, if we support each other more, we can do this together and overcome the hard times. there is enough success to go around it just comes down whether it’s your time. Honestly, I am truly grateful to be given this humbling experience that is raising awareness and to remind women they are not alone. I hope I can encourage girls to follow their dreams no matter what, despite the barriers and difficulties of life especially if you have a serious illness. I am showing there is a way to overcome your hurdles. Female empowerment is also being able to be one step ahead and to be able to make sure things run smoothly, we are great at nurturing. I also believe female empowerment is about team work. So, I like to personally thank Derek for making this interview possible. Giving a platform to so many Beauty Queens around the world for their voices to be heard, this magazine is phenomenal! I also like to mention the evening dress designer that is featured in this interview. A designer named Rochelle Melbourne who runs the Forever Devine London British dress company! A British designer whom makes her evening gowns from scratch and is trained in Haute couture dress making. Forever Devine is a cutting-edge designer label with a sumptuous selection of unique designs, cut from the finest fabrics, Forever Devine will make you feel divine. Whom also sponsors and makes my dresses for every pageant I do. I like to thank the photographer, Ian Trayner, who runs a photography company services are a family run business specialising in fashion photography in Kingston upon Thames in Surrey England. Lastly Kavita Siddique is a hair and makeup artist originally trained in London by the Lubna Academy and has established herself as a hair and makeup artist where she has worked with celebrities, high fashion models and London fashion week. The look she went for was Smokey eyes and light volume curls. Without this team working so hard and coming together. It wouldn’t have been possible. I thank them all individually for making this happen. World Class Beauty Queens: Tell us about your pageant history.

I have been competing in pageants since the age of 15. I have won 20 titles. I firstly went on to compete in for my local London borough as Miss Camden. This was my very first Beauty Pageant! I went on to win Miss most Elegant UK, then the overall winning title Miss London UK. Which followed by Miss London UK eternal. I then went on to compete in Miss England semi-finals and made the top 10. After that, I went on to compete in Miss Great Britain semi-finals and won the Miss sponsors choice award Great Britain. For 7 years, I always wanted to Compete in Miss Earth UK. However, I never felt ready, but I braved it! I was Miss Earth London UK and went on to win Miss Earth Air title. After that, I competed for Miss Worldwide title. I got best in Eco Fashion and then won the overall Miss Worldwide title in the Miss division! Winning Miss worldwide gave me sponsored entry into United Kingdom Elite Miss. I won three titles such as Miss Best Interview United Kingdom Elite 2018, Miss Best in Fashion United Kingdom Elite 2018, and the overall Miss Great Britain Elite 2018. I was meant to compete In Gibraltar in 2018, however the Beauty Pageant unfortunately went into administration. So, had to move on, however, I counted my blessings and never gave up my dreams. I was recommended an amazing American award-winning Beauty pageant called Pure International Pageants, an incredible family and community service driven pageant for all ages. However, to go to internationals, you had to win the National title in your own country in order to compete internationally. So, I entered as a Pure UK finalist in the Miss division Where I did a lot of community service work, I even did an appearance and got invited to Houses of Parliament. I thoroughly enjoyed every moment being a finalist. I never thought in a million years I would win and represent my country internationally as Pure International Miss United Kingdom 2019! It was such as dream come true winning the international place. Now, I am on my way to Florida USA to represent the United Kingdom in June! I cannot wait!

World Class Beauty Queens: What inspired you to do your first pageant?

What inspired me to compete in my first beauty pageant was, I Just came out of hospital after a long time suffering with serious illness. I nearly lost my life to it. I was 15 and didn’t really know how to start my life again. A lady mentioned to me you are a lovely model, have you ever thought of being a Beauty Queen and competing in pageants. ‘You should!’ she said. I felt the illness impacted myself worth, to the point I had no confidence. But I had strength and ambition to start again. One day, I was perusing on the internet when I found an advert online about a Beauty Pageant to represent my local London borough. So, I went to the casting, got selected as a finalist and I became was Miss Camden. (A Borough in London. I soon went on to win the whole pageant as Miss London UK. From then on, I seek solace in pageantry and felt like it brought me out of the difficult times an. It made me feel more confident, like it was okay to be sensitive, gentle and be yourself. You didn’t have to always put a brave face. It was okay to be open about who you are.

World Class Beauty Queens: Why did you choose to compete for your current title?

I was looking for a pageant system that was family oriented, supportive and community service driven, a system which enables charity platforms to be heard. I not only found that in Pure, but this experience has made me even closer to my faith, if you have a dream, despite going through painful times, the universe will always show you the way and help you overcome them, Never thought in a million years, I become Pure International Miss United Kingdom and that I be off to compete internationally in America, it has been a dream for 11 years to do a pageant in America. I thought I will try one more time with Pure and see what will happen. I worked hard on the community services and then finally it happened, I won. I am thankful for that. This has meant the world. You never know how far your dreams can take you until you take the leap of faith, I be in Florida with all the fellow sister Queens.

World Class Beauty Queens: To those unfamiliar with your pageant system please tell us what is it about?

Pure International Pageants is an American Beauty Pageant, it is a family run business, with the Head office based in Ohio. Pure is Owned by the Miller family. This is a Christian run Beauty Pageant, you don’t need to be a Christian to enter as its open to all ages. They have national/ states competition that leads on to the Grand Internationals in Orlando Florida. Our motto us Pure Queens stand by is inspire, Lead, Achieve’. Our Charity we support is the Salvation army. Us Queens are required to support at least 5 platforms and complete a minimum of 10

community services before competing at internationals. Pure is a Natural Beauty Pageant that is a modest system so there is not a bikini round and you cannot wear overly revealing outfits. This system stands for purity and being your natural self-celebrating and empowering womanhood, and our fellow sister Queens. World Class Beauty Queens: What are you being judged on during the competition?

At Pure International pageants, there are state Pageants, National Pageants and the overall International Pageants. I competed for the Pure International Miss United Kingdom title. I was in such disbelief when I won because I never thought in a million years I would win and represent my country! The beautiful United Kingdom in united states of America! The home of pageantry. During the National competition, held in Warrington near Liverpool (Home to the Beatles). We had firstly an interview round where you were judged by 4 separate judges individually. You would be asked about yourself, your charity community services on the line up to the pageant and what you would do with the title if you were to win. Etc. We then had an opening dance where we would greet the judges and audience on stage with the song a million dreams from ‘The Greatest Showman’. The dance was an ice breaker for everyone! This when onto an opening speech, this is where you introduce yourself and a little bit about you. This commenced onto the fashion wear round, which involved showing your personality, the fashion round was a fast walk, and then the formal wear round, which is an evening dress round in England, which is a slow sophisticated walk that emphasizes you’re posture, smile and choreography. It is also a chance for the judges to see who is suitable for the crown. There is also optional you can enter which is super model runway which is a fashion show walk that show you am outfit of choice, spokes model which is a 2-minute speech about what inspires you, what has led you to lead by example and what you have achieved., Then portfolio and photogenic rounds which is Headshot photos and what shows your personality. If you score the highest in 4 categories or more, you can win super optional champion which I won. I was over the moon. Here below are the following rounds I was judged on:

Opening dance round

Community service

Best in Interview

Opening speech

Fashion wear round

Evening formal Wear

Super optional champ

Super model round

Spokes model round

World Class Beauty Queens: Tell us about your experience during the competition.

My experience in being a contestant for pure international pageants United Kingdom grand finals, has been one of the highlights of my career, it’s been a truly unforgettable experience and the united connection between the American and British directors has been incredible for both of our countries to come together to create an outstanding pageant that has recently one best multi division beauty pageant! It was always my dream to represent my country in America so it easy so a very emotional and yet incredible experiences, was a truly remarkable life changing one. I have met some incredible contestants with inspirational stories coming from different backgrounds. I have made lifelong friends. The judges were so kind and welcoming. I felt like I have now an extended family! I thoroughly enjoyed all the different rounds. However, I was super nervous during my talent round, because I was singing Michael Jackson’s human nature and that is a very emotional song for me to sing let alone performing it. But when they announced my name, I was shaking! I couldn’t believe I was chosen. It was the most humbling experience anyone could have. I am thankful.

World Class Beauty Queens: Tell us about your platform or what cause do you volunteer for?

For many years I have supported numerous charities. The platforms I am supporting right now is Salvation Army, (QPR suicide prevention, M.E association, Epic young teenage Mums support network, Zero plastic management in Bali, The disabled people organisation in Bali called Yayasan Cahaya Mutiara Ubud, cervical cancer awareness. I am also supporting the Government of Bali’s charity organisations such as; Cooperative organisation and Gede charity organisation. Gede organisation is a plastic movement group that want to make a plastic free environment saving marine and wild life and making our environment plastic free.

World Class Beauty Queens: What appearances have you done with your title?

Firstly I have done so many public appearances but just to name a few, I have stood loyal to the platform of Pure UK International Christian charity The salvation Army, where I volunteered at their stoke Newington London branch, where I made a video promoting the charity discussing donations, the History of the salvation army, my family connection of being baptised as Christians under the charity, the cafe openings, the salvation parades instruments, events and cafe openings. I really had fun spending the day there helping the staff, I also that day donated home ware and clothes. This experience was very personal as my family was christened by the Salvation Army for the past three generations! I had managed to secure an official invite at Her Majesty’s the Queen Houses of Parliament as a Pure UK finalist This was an honour for me to promote Pure UK at the Houses of Parliament as it’s an invite only place so to have opportunity was a life changing experience to meet also the Lord. I have also done a 7 DAY charity tour in Bali Indonesia campaigning on the movement on the zero plastic cause saving marine and wild life preventing them from extinction. and helping those in the villages whom have disabilities. I was also invited as a speaker of the ladies of all nations charity Christmas Gala in London I did a speech on vulnerable children in the UK , the founder asked me to talk about my difficult experience as I grew up without a mother and spent the first few years in the foster care system, this was a traumatic time for me, so it was another humbling experience to speak about how I can help and mentor other children who also have gone through similar hardships and how faith can help to overcome hard times. This year, I be helping with the brand-new launching of the Galaxy of stars awards project where the team will be recognising young vulnerable children who have experienced illness, bullying, foster care and neglect. I am recognising those vulnerable children and giving them survivors awards to honour them for overcoming hardships and to give back their self-worth and belief. It was a great honour to receive through my community service work recognition from the Government, receiving an honourably Government Coat of Arms was life changing. I went out there to truly make our environment a better place for our future generations to come, to make a difference in Indonesia on the plastic management, saving our wild and marine life, restoring our oceans to make it environmentally safe for all. I promise I won’t let anyone down; I hope to make the United Kingdom proud and hopefully i done enough to make a difference.

World Class Beauty Queens: What are some of your achievements?

In total I have 20 pageant titles, I also have won 9 awards and a best actress award. These are the titles for best Beauty queen, young model of the year, young role model of the year. I also hold a diploma in dental nursing and now half way completing a degree in psychology and Neuroscience. I recently won a Best pageant Queen last month.

Here are some of my Titles I have earned:

Pure International Miss United Kingdom 2019

Pure Miss Community Service 2019

Pure Miss super optional Champ 2019

Best of the Best Pure winner 2019

Best in Pure Interview 2019

Best in Pure Formal Wear 2019

Best in Pure Spokes model 2019

Miss WorldClass United Kingdom Ambassador 2019

America’s British sweetheart 2018

Miss Great Britain Elite 2018

Miss Best Interview United Kingdom Elite 2018

Miss Best in Fashion United Kingdom Elite 2018

Miss Worldwide 2017

Miss Best Eco fashion 2017

Miss Earth Air 2017

Miss Earth London 2017

Miss Sponsors Choice Great Britain 2017

Miss London Borough eternal UK 2013

Miss London Borough UK 2012

Miss Most elegant UK 2012

Miss Camden 2012

World Class Beauty Queens: What is your on-stage strategy to win the judges over?

When your onstage anyone can smile and walk beautifully. But it is so much more than that. Every second counts on the stage, you only have a few minutes to win the judges over. So, I always believe when you perform for the judges, your stage presence must come from the heart, your eyes are the windows too your soul, they want to see your heart and soul has gone into this competition. Show your passion, and above all be relatable to the judges, show them your heart when you smile. Give to your audience. It’s all about giving to them when you’re on stage. Being a title holder means to be selfless. That’s a true queen who put others before herself.

World Class Beauty Queens: What makes you stand out from all those other beautiful girls?

Firstly, I must say, the beautiful girls I competed with were intelligent, smart beautiful women just trying to make a difference. It was a great honour to have met them and make new friends. I couldn’t speak for the judges why I stood out, but if I were to guess, I think It had something to do with my interview and friendly stage presence. First impressions count always! Always be loving…

World Class Beauty Queens: Tell us about the moment your name was called out as the winner?

Never thought in a million years this would happen in January 2019, that I would win the title Pure International Miss United Kingdom. I genuinely could not believe it. When they announced my name, it was the happiest 5 minutes of my life, winning the crown, it just didn’t mean I was a title holder, it also meant I was a survivor for a reason. I found my path. All the other girls worked so hard and all deserved it, it be great to see them return next year as Pure is an incredible system just enter! You never know! it has been one of best things that has happened in my life! I am preparing now to represent my country in Orlando Florida USA. It’s been a life changing experience at Pure! Never give up, you never know how life can move you emotionally and inspire you to make a difference, we all have it in us to help others.

World Class Beauty Queens: What does it mean to you to be a Beauty Queen?

Being a Beauty Queen for me is not just about winning the crown, the crown symbolizes a responsibility to make change in humanity, locally, worldly, and universally. Being a Title Holder/Beauty Queen is an identity, it is a dedication and oath to changing someone’s life for the better. Being a Beauty Queen has not only made me a winner. It has made me a survivor and a non-quitter. It has saved me when I needed to seek solace and heal. It’s so important to me because not only are they a platform for young women to build themselves up, but it’s a great way to get into fundraising money for charities. The charity side of pageants helps sufferer’s stories be heard where we can bring awareness to a cause and inspire a mass audience. therefore, we can communicate effectively on how we can overcome hurdles and make an inspiring change in our society. Whether that’s human rights, environmental issues, campaigning for children with cancer, or those who are in a crisis. Every pageant queen is dedicated herself to a cause and is striving for change. We are looked at in the media to be this glitz and glamorous queen. But wearing the crown is a role, a duty to make influential changes to society, it’s a responsibility to change lives. When the crown was placed on my head, I knew I had to fulfill the role of making inspirational differences whether that was donating food to the homeless man on the street or raising money for terminally ill children. Either way I felt it was life path that I should treasure.

World Class Beauty Queens: How did competing in pageants helped your life?

After overcoming the experience, I had a child, the bullying in my primary school and me battling a serious health condition. I felt vulnerable, so I seek solace and a comfort in pageantry. when I first competed in my very first pageant. Pageantry gave me back my confidence, it brought me back to life emotionally. It taught me self-acceptance. Because without self-acceptance you cannot shine. To know I was giving back to the world with a title also helped heal my life. Helping others who were in the same position as I gave me a purpose. An identity and I felt like I found a home. It was a place where you were liberated if you were vulnerable. It has empowered me as women to not be afraid to speak volumes and make changes.

World Class Beauty Queens: How did pageants helped your self-esteem and body image?

After overcoming the experience, I had a child, I use to feel broken and vulnerable, I didn’t like who I was at first, but no better care you can have is self-care. So, I seek solace and a comfort in pageantry. when I first competed in my very first pageant. Pageantry gave me back my confidence, it brought me back to life emotionally. I started to accept and love my body for what it is. To know I was giving back to the world with a title also helped healed my life. Helping others who were in the same position as I gave me a purpose. An identity and I felt like I found a home. It was a place where you were liberated if you were vulnerable. It has empowered me as women to not be afraid to speak volumes and make changes.

World Class Beauty Queens: You are an inspiration to all the girls out there. How does it feel? Thank you so much, I still am in denial when I get sent messages from other girls saying how I inspired their modelling career and competing in pageants. It gives me joy to know that, the love and inspirational messages I give out is helping someone develop themselves. I am always happy to help those people, because I know what its like to go through childhood hardship. I am helping others and making a positive difference in their lives. It is always what I wanted to do to help inspire others, motivate them and help build each other up. As soon as the crown was on my head, it wasn’t about me anymore, it was about the people who needed my help who was counting on me. I felt like I had a responsibility to bring out the best in people. “Inspire, Lead, Achieve”!

World Class Beauty Queens: What are your tips for learning better pageant walk?

Practice, practice, practice, imagine a piece of string connected from your torso to the top of your head, pulling you up. This exercise helps to keep the posture up and shoulders back. Always smile, always start with left foot going in front of the other. Do a few squats before going on stage, this will strengthen your muscles and define your legs? Always train with the shoes you are going to wear for the competition, wear a crown when you’re walking so you get used to feeling balanced. Attend pageant training days. This may sound crazy but practice your walk not only in your bedroom, but outside in public such as the park on a summer’s day. Walking in public helps with combating stage fright, which helps your walking. Take out the nerves and everything else falls into place. World Class Beauty Queens: What are your tips for winning interview? Practice, practice, practice, but make sure too do not sound rehearsed. Judges want to engage in a genuine person, so make sure you don’t sound robotic. Your answers should be natural. Ensure your interview outfit looks very formal. Don’t wear a revealing outfit like low cut dress, showing midriff. The interview is a professional formal setting, so wearing overly revealing outfit up close can make a judge feel uncomfortable. So, ensure you look the part, and your makeup is fresh faced, natural looking, save the glitz to the stage. Always say thank you to the judges, when arriving and leaving. It is important to show gratitude always towards the judges, for taking the time to interview you. Let your gratitude be known to them and show respect always. Politeness is key.

World Class Beauty Queens: How did you prepare for your competition?

As soon, as I entered the beauty pageant, I immediately started to do a lot of research on the beauty pageant on anything I needed to know. I checked what was involved in the competition. I started to reach out to companies for sponsorship and exchange for promoting their brand. I also made a too do list on all the necessary items I needed for the pageant. I started booking all my public appearances on the line up to the pageant and community service work. I also went for pageant training to sharpen my skills.

World Class Beauty Queens: What is one mistake that you've done during competing you wish you could redo and fix it?

I been very lucky that my pageant competitions I have competed have honestly ran quite smoothly. However, I have made mistakes along the way, once in my interview at I competed in a pageant when I was 16, I was so nervous that I caked on tonnes of makeup and did not wear appropriate formal attire to an interview. I also spoke too fast, so the judges had to ask me to repeat my answer. This was a huge mistake because your first impression you make counts for everything and you want to show your natural self. You should always save the sparkle to the stage, you should not speak to fast, always speak at a calm pace when answering the questions, even if you must take breaths. Prepare, I didn’t know that at the time, but I learnt a lot from that pageant and the tips I have learnt along the way is from experience which has led me winning my 20th title years later. I am so grateful for those mistakes because without those mistakes, I wouldn’t know how improve and make things right.

World Class Beauty Queens: What other mistakes are made by girls during the contest?

When I compete in Pageants, I don’t compare myself to the other girls in my category. Not only is it unfair to other contestant girls to judge them, it’s also unfair to put yourself down too. No one knows who is going to win, it’s up to the judges on the night and you should trust the system. So never compare yourself to the other girls in your category, you are your own competition. Let your community work, stage presence, hard work, loyalty speak for itself. Those girls shouldn’t be your competitors they should be your friends that’s what makes womanhood strong, looking out for your fellow Queen sisters. Liberating other women. If you don’t win, don’t hold grudges on the girl who did, be happy and congratulate her. No one wants to crown a girl who doesn’t support their fellow sisters or womanhood. Remind yourself your time will come and learn from the experience. Raise up the women around you not bring them down.

World Class Beauty Queens: Any modelling or acting experience?

I was first scouted at the age of 10 when walking with my father in China town London, I originally wanted to be a doctor. Ha-ha! However, life broadened my horizons and opened my eyes to the fashion the modelling world, was very different to the real world. I was super nervous when I went for my first casting. But at the end I became a child model and signed to at the time a children's modelling agency models London direct. Then I went on to model in London fashion week, Paris, New York and Hollywood, I have been a front cover girl 7 times. Never give up your dreams. I appeared in British vogue and Tatler. I also have a career spanning 16 years and I had no idea I would be a model with a modelling contact. I was bullied at school for my nose and for my crooked teeth, they also use to call me vomit eyes as my eyes are green. But now, I embrace and accept who I am and encourage other girls to do the same. I have appeared in magazines, adverts, photoshoot, look books, fashion shows, brands and TV hair model such as channel 5 extreme hair wars. I also studied acting for three years at London city lit and was with in an acting company earning a Bronze award in acting. I also acted in the short independent film Claire and me, where I also acted in an award-winning film called Claire and me and managed to win best actress in Italy. Honestly, I am so thankful to be living my dream, I thank all those who have supported me and what the universe has provided. It has put me in a great place. I am whole heartedly luckily to do what I have loved to do. I have appeared on numerous TV channels such as channel 4, Channel 5, BBC, Sky. This involved talking about my platform, charity work. Another fun fact is I was a debutante!

World Class Beauty Queens: What are your plans for 2019 as a Queen?

Compete for the international title in Orlando Florida! I like to continue my charity work in Indonesia Bali on campaigning on the plastic free movement and hopefully more countries such as England will follow. Continue supporting my 5 charity platforms, turn it into 10. Gradate with my neuroscience degree, walk in this year’s London fashion week and continue modelling and acting.

World Class Beauty Queens: What kind of legacy do you want to leave behind?

Honestly, I feel really fulfilled! I have already achieved this goal by my voice being heard on the plastic free movement. As a woman, to receive an award of recognition my ‘Coat of Arms’ by the Government of Bandung (Bali) and being named in Indonesia as the no plastic princess. Has been so rewarding. Where we have created new wave lengths and a strategy on combating the issues of plastic. For example, advising businesses to make their packaging, straws and water bottles plastic free. Because of our visit, they are using bamboo and got rid of plastic bag use. This has created big improvements on the waste management and saving marine and wild life. I wish to become the best person I can be in creating positive change to this world and to make a difference, utilising the research skills from my neuroscience degree, I like to help others as much as I can and make an impact. I also like to continue my modelling career for as long as I can. I am trying to help girls who have neurological and immune conditions, to not give up their dreams. I hope to inspire other girls to fulfil their dreams and be am inspiration for them. I like to be remembered for my humanitarian work and let my work speak for itself.


International Director: Pat Miller

UK National Director: Matt Trayford

Pageant website: www.PureInternationalPageants.com Model: Rosemary Lloyd, Pure International Miss United Kingdom 2019

Photography: Circle of Life Photography (Ian Trayner)

Dress Designer: Forever Devine (Rochelle Melbourne)

Hair & Makeup Artist: Kavita Siddiqui

Crown: Pure International Pageants


World Class Beauty Queens Magazine would like to say thank you to Rosemary Lloyd Pure International Miss United Kingdom 2019 for this amazing interview.

Rosemary Lloyd Pure International Miss United Kingdom 2019, World Class Beauty Queens Magazine, Photo by Circle of Life Photography Interview by Derek Tokarzewski Owner/Editor in Chief Mr United Nations 2018 Platform: Women Empowerment Ambassador to International Foundation for Orphans iffocares.org

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