The Miss Caribbean Queen 2015 pageant was recently held at the prestigious Shaw Theatre on the Euston Road, London. Amy Harris-Willock, who represented Antigua & Barbuda won the title from a field of sixteen other Caribbean representatives. She was also awarded the best dressed with AgyeFrance.
1st Runner Up went to Jamaica representative Selina Chippy, who also won the People’s Choice award. 2nd Runner Up went Nicole Renwick represented Trinidad and Tobago. While the Miss Personality award went to Rochelle Barrett, another Jamaican representative.
The pageant was launched last year to showcase and promote the Caribbean countries. With its logo ‘Positively Promoting the Caribbean’ the event aims to raise 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.