Cayman's Little Misses win big

Caitlin Seymour is World’s Universal Ideal Miss 

Six little misses from Cayman participated in the World Our Little Miss pageant finals held in Minneapolis, Minnesota, July 3-10. 

They came home last week “with three World crowns and a week filled with beautiful memories,” reported spokesperson Racquel James-Irving. 

The top accolade in the 13-17 age group, Universal Ideal Miss, was won by Caitlyn Seymour. World Talent winner and Miss Photogenic was Kianda Parchment. 

World Living Doll was 18-month-old Kelese Smith. Rounding out the recognitions, Aaliyah Reid had the World’s Prettiest Smile and placed second runner-up in the talent competition with her steel pan playing. 

Isabella Bodden and Kezia Parchmont took part in the ages 3-6 category. 

The Our Little Miss competition was established in 1962 and girls from Cayman have participated in previous years. 


Our Little Miss participants from Cayman this year were, back row, from left, Kelese Smith held by her mother Kearney Scott, Aaliyah Reid, Kianda Parchment and Caitlyn Seymour; front row, Isabella Bodden and Kezia Parchmont.


  1. Congratulations to the all the Little Misses wins, you have shown Cayman Islands in such a positive way to bring home so many world crowns. keep up the good work you all have made not only your parents but the whole Cayman Islands proud, and what a wonderful example you have set for the rest of the young ladies of the Islands.

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