Ruby Hill was crowned Miss Teen Galaxy – UK, on Saturday the 9th of March, at the grand final of the UK Galaxy Pageants! Ruby has such an amazing year ahead of her as a Galaxy queen which will include jetting off to Orlando this summer with her sister queens for the experience of a lifetime at the international Galaxy Pageants! Get to know Ruby a little better by reading her interview below!

 

What made you want to enter the UK Galaxy Pageants?

I entered Galaxy as a Junior and absolutely loved it, at the time I was very new to pageants and went away to gain experience but always said I would return to Galaxy when the time was right. I have always seen it as my ultimate goal.

 

What did you do to prepare for the final?

Lots of appearances and fundraising and training to prepare, also the fun bit is the dress shopping.

 

What is the best thing about being a Galaxy Girl?

I have made so many friends during my Galaxy journey, but having four new amazing Galaxy sisters is the best bit. I really feel like I belong to the 2019 Galaxy team.

 

Who is your role model and why?

Beth Greenham because she is so down to earth and approachable as well as being the most beautiful person.

 

What part of the international Galaxy Pageants in Orlando are you most excited about?

Staying in a villa with all of my pageant sisters, parties, competing. Basically everything!

 

Tell us your:
Favourite film/tv programme –

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers is my favourite film and Greys Anatomy is my favourite TV programme.

Favourite food –

Lasagne

Favourite song –

Beyoncé – Grown Woman

Favourite beauty/make-up product –

Bronzer Charlotte Tilbury

Dream holiday destination –

Fiji

 

Do you have any exciting plans/appearances organised for your year as a Galaxy queen?

I have lots of events and appearances in the diary, I am looking forward to all of the things I have planned with Ronald McDonald House at Alder Hey Children’s’ Hospital, especially taking the children Easter Eggs. I also hope we can continue the success of last year’s Galaxy Ball to raise more money for The Christie Charity.

 

When you aren’t busy being a beauty queen, what do you do in your free time? Do you have any hobbies?

I love to dance, especially the musical theatre genre. I will be going to college is September to study dance.

 

What advice would you give to girls who are thinking about entering the UK Galaxy Pageants?

Do it!! Be yourself and love every minute of it because you will blink and it’s over. Go out and show your finalist sash off, it’s a special privilege.