‘Diamonds are forever’ as search begins for Miss Westmeath 2022

Diamonds are forever for the Miss Ireland organization as this year marks its 75th anniversary of the competition with plans for the biggest and most spectacular pageant this summer.

The search has officially begun for Miss Westmeath 2022 to follow in the footsteps of reigning Miss Westmeath, Athlone native Hannah Tumulty (20), studying psychiatric nursing at TUS: Midlands Midwest. Hannah represented the county in the Miss Ireland final last year and will retain her title until the new Miss Westmeath is crowned.

Miss Ireland 2021 winner Pamela Uba (26) captured the hearts of the nation with her amazing story and featured prominently in the Irish media with gripping interviews and also made waves internationally after appearing on TV shows in Los Angeles, London, Johannesburg and even featured in the New York Times. Pamela spent a month in Puerto Rico representing Ireland at Miss World and is set to return there in March for the overall final.

Selections will be held across the country to find contestants from every county with beauty, composure and personality to compete in the Miss Ireland 2022 pageant next summer. Each county’s winner represents their county in the most spectacular Miss Ireland Diamond Jubilee pageant ever.

The winner of each county crown and sash also enjoys representing their county and title throughout the year at various events, awards and appearances. Full details on how to enter Miss Ireland 2022 are available at www.miss-ireland.ie or on the Miss Ireland app now available on Apple App Store or Google Play.

This year’s Miss Ireland finalists will be put through their paces in a challenging competitive process testing their skills in debating, public speaking, talent, sport, modeling, social media and each finalist will be responsible for to raise awareness and raise much-needed funds for their chosen charities.

Established in 1947, Miss Ireland has been the launching pad for many prominent, successful and inspiring Irish women. In recent years the Miss Ireland franchise has raised over £300,000 for various charities including Laura Lynn, Temple Street, Alzheimer’s Ireland, Pieta House, The Cari Foundation and this year we are proud to partner, once again plus, to Variety Ireland, an Irish charity that has helped sick, disadvantaged and children with special needs since 1951.

The Miss Ireland 2022 winner will receive a lucrative agency deal and a host of prizes including jewellery, dresses, professional photo shoots, beauty and hair products, then fly off to represent her country at the Miss World festival which is televised in more than 100 countries. around the world.

See www.miss-ireland.ie for more information.

Sarah C. Figueiredo