Miss England Rehema Muthamia, who is of Kenyan heritage, visited cafe Lemon in Tottenham and met some local people during Black History Month.
“I take this month to analyse my identity as a black British African woman, and how I navigate through society. As well as educating myself on the immense strength and great sacrifices that black people have made through the trials and tribulations of the past, and an understanding of our present, in the hopes of bettering our future” said the 25 year old beauty queen.
Rehema won the crown after the unanimous decision of the judges for the first time in Miss England’s history. She entered the contest after winning the title Miss Africa All Colours, a new category launched in response to the Black Lives Matter movement.
She has been appointed Ambassador of Cetuem Cosmetics, a company that manufactures natural skincare products that are suitable for all skin colours.
Rehema will now represent England at the 70th Miss World Contest taking place in Puerto Rico on 16th December 2021 with 140 countries competing for the title.
To help her fast track into the Miss World top 20 by winning the title Miss World Multimedia, you can vote for her by swiping right on her MobStar profile RehemaMuthamia.
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You can also follow Rehema’s journey on the Miss England App available from Google Play and the App Store for free