Britain’s youngest beauty queen: Ella is nine weeks old
She’s yet to crawl, talk or even try solid food, but nine-week-old Ella Oliver has already mastered one skill – flashing a killer smile!
And it was her dazzling – if toothless – grin that has secured her the title of Britain’s youngest beauty queen, winning her first ever pageant just nine weeks after her birth.
The Star reports that little Ella ‘wowed the pageant judges with her adorable smile’ at the Miss Natural Sparkle UK competition.
Her proud mum Jenny, 27, said: “She wore a really pretty pink dress and head band, and she even smiled for the judges”, adding that the bonny baby didn’t have to do a ‘talent test’ or ‘show confidence’ because she can’t walk or talk.
“I think it was judged on cuteness,” the Blackpool-based mum said.
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