Tiaras by Rhiannan will be donating a tiara worth in excess of £500 – to the winner, while Lara Johnson Lifestyle will be sponsoring the ‘best hair’ award, giving goodies to the new title holder, and preparing the hair of all 24 girls on the night.
The competition final will take place at Jumpin Jaks in Swansea on 9 September, and is expected to be a real crowd puller with organisers promising the best contest Wales has seen in years.
It’s 30 years since Miss Wales (Helen Morgan from Barry) won Miss World so all eyes will be on this year’s winner. Helen Morgan is the only Welsh woman to have ever won the competition, and is the last British woman to hold the title.
Lara Johnson said: “This is a great opportunity to showcase our business. We’re really excited to be involved in this years contest, knowing that the eyes of the Welsh media will be on the girls that evening.”
Rhiannan Robinson is involved in the competition for the second year running. She said: “The tiara is the key symbol of the beauty pageant so it’s great to be involved.”