Miss Earth Wales 2023 is Carys Havard


Carys Havard was crowned Miss Earth Wales 2023 in a glittering competition held on Sunday, October 8 at the Miskin Manor in Pontyclun, Wales.

The 20-year-old beauty is a medical student at Keele University and a former Miss Wales contestant from Crickhowell. She succeeds last year's titleholder Shereen Brogan and will now prepare to represent Wales at Miss Earth 2023 in Vietnam this December.

Myome Mortimer-Davies was named Miss Earth Wales Air while Rosa May Gurnett and Poppy Rebecca Davies were awarded the title Miss Earth Wales Water and Miss Earth Wales Fire, respectively.

The national pageant is currently under the directorship of photographer, stylist, and former contestant Dani Latimer. A total of seven finalists took part in this year's competition.

Former Miss Earth USA who bagged Miss Earth Water 2015 Brittany Ann Payne was among the distinguished judges. She was joined in the panel by former Miss Earth Wales Sophie Bettridge and Yasmine Alley.

Entries are now open for the Miss Earth Wales 2024. Visit their official website to learn how to apply.

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Photos: Andrew Mee / Miss Earth Wales

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