Miss Supranational UK 2023 is Emma Rose Collingridge

Former Miss Universe Great Britain, Emma Rose Collingridge, was crowned Miss Supranational UK 2023 on Saturday, April 22 at The Venue @ DMU in Leicester, England.

The 24-year-old graduate of Loughborough University with a degree in English is a model, presenter, content creator, and writer. She edged out 39 other competitors to win the glittering national competition.

Cheniel Henderson and Barbara Vitorelli were named the first and second runners-up, respectively, while Joanna Johnson and Brooke Nicola Smith rounded out the Top 5 finalists.

No stranger to pageantry, the new Miss Supranational UK was previously named Miss Universe Great Britain 2021 and went on to participate in the 70th Miss Universe pageant where she placed in the Top 16.

According to her official website, Emma is an advocate for female causes including the prevention of violence against women. She also loves to push herself with new challenges, keep busy, and travel the world on new adventures.

"I believe that we are most powerful when we are intentional with our authentic selves. I aspire to be an example to others that there is great strength in vulnerability, growth outside of comfort zones, and with hard work and determination we can achieve our dreams," she shared.

Emma will now prepare to represent the United Kingdom at Miss Supranational 2023 in Nowy Sącz, Poland this July.

Photos: Martin Higgs / Miss Supranational UK

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