The reigning Miss England is Bhasha Mukherjee who represented the Asian Face of Miss England contest in the Grand final. Bhasha excelled in many of the different rounds in the Miss England final reaching the shortlist of 7 of the 10 rounds and placing 2nd in two which fast tracked her to the final 20 on the night of the final in Newcastle hosted by the Gainford Group .
The decision of the judges on the night was unanimous , every single judge (which was an all female panel) voted for Bhasha to win the title following her final answer to the question from former Miss England Angie Sinclair . The answer to “Who is your role model and why?” Bhasha’s answer was that it was her teachers who made her fall in love with academia who were in fact her role models because of her love for learning things new.
The day after winning Miss England in Newcastle Upon Tyne , Bhasha travelled to Boston Lincolnshire to start work as a Doctor at the Pilgrim Hospital .
Bhasha will represent England at Miss World 2019 at Excel London. Visit Bhashas own website for more details
The winner of Miss England each year joins Miss Scotland, Miss Wales & Miss Northern Ireland & over 100 contestants from around the world to compete for the Miss World coverted crown with first prize of $100k.
In 2002 Angie Beasley became the Miss England National Director, after working with the Miss World office in the 90’s running Miss United Kingdom when the UK only had one entry to Miss World. Since then the competition has grown, attracting thousands of entries, raising awareness & funds for charities across the Country, using the Miss World Ethos & Charity ‘Beauty with a Purpose’.