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Amiah E. Stout crowned Tiny Duchess of East End

Amiah E. Stout was crowned at this year’s first ever Tiny Duchess of East End at the East End/Long Look Community Center on Sunday July 30, 2017. Photo: VINO
Top left: Miss Junior BVI 2017/18, Anondah M. Hodge; bottom left: Tiny Duchess of the East 2017/18, Amiah E. Stout; Top right: Mr Junior BVI 2017/18, Yohance T. Smith and bottom right: Sheniyah V.E. Freeman, 2017 Jr. Duchess of the East. Photo: VINO
Top left: Miss Junior BVI 2017/18, Anondah M. Hodge; bottom left: Tiny Duchess of the East 2017/18, Amiah E. Stout; Top right: Mr Junior BVI 2017/18, Yohance T. Smith and bottom right: Sheniyah V.E. Freeman, 2017 Jr. Duchess of the East. Photo: VINO
Contestants during the introduction segment at the Tiny Duchess of East End at the East End/Long Look Community Center on Sunday July 30, 2017. Photo: VINO
Contestants during the introduction segment at the Tiny Duchess of East End at the East End/Long Look Community Center on Sunday July 30, 2017. Photo: VINO
Contestants during the festival costume wear segment at the Tiny Duchess of East End at the East End/Long Look Community Center on Sunday July 30, 2017. Photo: VINO
Contestants during the festival costume wear segment at the Tiny Duchess of East End at the East End/Long Look Community Center on Sunday July 30, 2017. Photo: VINO
Scenes from the storybook character segment at the Tiny Duchess of East End at the East End/Long Look Community Center on Sunday July 30, 2017. Photo: VINO
Scenes from the storybook character segment at the Tiny Duchess of East End at the East End/Long Look Community Center on Sunday July 30, 2017. Photo: VINO
Sheniyah V.E. Freeman, 2017 Jr. Duchess of the during the introduction, talent and tea party wear segment. Photo: VINO
Sheniyah V.E. Freeman, 2017 Jr. Duchess of the during the introduction, talent and tea party wear segment. Photo: VINO
Contestants during the talent segment at the Tiny Duchess of East End at the East End/Long Look Community Center on Sunday July 30, 2017. Photo: VINO
Contestants during the talent segment at the Tiny Duchess of East End at the East End/Long Look Community Center on Sunday July 30, 2017. Photo: VINO
Contestants during the tea party wear segment at the Tiny Duchess of East End at the East End/Long Look Community Center on Sunday July 30, 2017. Photo: VINO
Contestants during the tea party wear segment at the Tiny Duchess of East End at the East End/Long Look Community Center on Sunday July 30, 2017. Photo: VINO
EAST END, Tortola, VI – The energetic seven-year old, Amiah E. Stout, contestant number two was crowned at this year’s first ever Tiny Duchess of East End at the East End/Long Look Community Center on Sunday July 30, 2017.

Stout copped the awards for Miss Photogenic, Best Festival Costume Wear and Best Talent, while contestant number one, Deondra A. Scatliffe received awards for Miss Popularity, Best Introduction, Best Storybook Character and Best Tea Party wear.

Contestant number three, Nivea N. Mingo, of Willard Wheatley Primary School was also a contestant in the Tiny Duchess of East End 2017.

I didn’t expect to win- Stout

Speaking to our news reporter after the crowning, Amiah E. Stout, a student at the Althea Scatliffe Primary School, expressed that she feels good about being the winner.

“I didn’t expect to win because the girl who was getting the most sashes, I thought she was going to win but it was me. I thought I came second,” said Stout.

She further stated that she always wanted to be a princess because they are “friendly and pretty,” adding that she would like to become a queen next.

“My dream was to be a princess because I think princesses are pretty and it is my favourite thing to do and I really wanted to be one.”

Nine-year old Sheniyah V.E. Freeman, a student of the Joyce Samuel Primary School was crowned this year's 2017 Jr. Duchess of the East.

 

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