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. 

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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.
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  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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