AIMEE AIMS FOR MISS IRE­LAND TI­TLE

BRAY’S NUM­BER ONE PINK LOVING, HOL­LYOAKS WATCH­ING, SHOPA­HOLIC, GAELIC FOOT­BALLER PRE­PARES FOR FI­NAL

Bray People - - NEWS - Mary FOG­A­RTY

BRAY’S LOVELI­EST girl Aimee Doyle will be tak­ing part in the Miss Ire­land Pageant in the Royal Marine Ho­tel Dun Laoghaire this Satur­day.

Last year’s ‘Face of Bray’ Aimee is one of Paddy Power’s hot favourites for the com­pe­ti­tion. She of­fi­cially launched her bid for the pageant at the Eclec­tic Gar­den in the Porter­house Bray last week­end.

She was joined by mod­els Sarah and Louise Ka­vanagh, Na­dia Forde, soc­cer star Damian Duff, boxer Kenny Egan, Tu­dors heart­throb Henry Cav­ill and more.

The stun­ning trainee beau­ti­cian now hopes to place County Wick­low on Miss Ire­land’s hon­our role for the first time ever, and not only claim the Miss Ire­land crown, but also go on to rep­re­sent her coun­try at the 2009 Miss World Pageant.

‘I am so ex­cited to be rep­re­sent­ing Bray and County Wick­low at this year’s Miss Ire­land pageant,’ said Aimee.

‘Since winning the Face of Bray I have had the most ful­fill­ing and re­ward­ing year rep­re­sent­ing Bray and now County Wick­low as a good­will am­bas­sador.’ Grow­ing-up be­tween Bray and Shankill, and with two broth­ers and one sis­ter, Aimee stud­ied at Co­laiste Raithin in Bray, where she com­bined her stud­ies with her love of Gaelic Foot­ball.

Aimee, who is cur­rently study­ing Body and Beauty Ther­apy in Dun Laoghaire, is al­ready carv­ing a ca­reer for her­self as a model, and has cap­tured the at­ten­tion of photo ed­i­tors in all the lead­ing na­tional and lo­cal press. She has par­tic­i­pated in many pho­to­shoots to pro­mote Bray events and char­i­ta­ble causes, in­clud­ing her ‘beauty with a pur­pose’ role in sup­port of char­ity Cys­tic Fi­bro­sis Ire­land.

For the record, Aimee’s favourite colour is pink and she likes noth­ing bet­ter than to watch Hol­lyoaks, en­joys foot­ball, and loves go­ing to the gym – as well, of course, as shop­ping! The per­son she ad­mires more than any­one else in the world is her mum, Ser­ena.

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