Doncaster model aiming to become Britain’s number one beauty queen

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A Doncaster chemist is hoping for a positive reaction - by bidding to become Britain’s number one beauty queen.

Model Natasha Stubbs, 28, who works full-time at a pharmacy, is hoping to be a winner at Beauty of The UK, a major modelling contest which takes place in Preston next month.
She has already been named as Doncaster’s number one beauty queen - landing the title Beauty of Doncaster 2015.

She said: “I am representing Doncaster and to make the most of my title I will be making appearances at as many events as possible and also raising money for charity.”

She will be competing for the crown of Beauty of England on October 25.

She said: “I’ve been modelling part time for four years now and very excited but nervous to been representing my home town in my first pageant.”

Beauty Of The UK was launched in 2013, with the goal of empowering women across the country. The contest has no size or height restrictions and all women aged 13+ are able to enter.

There are four titles to be won - Beauty Of England, Scotland and Wales and Teen Beauty of the UK.