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Emily said: 'I'm ecstatic, I'm so so happy and I've worked hard for the whole year building up to this.'It was really nervewracking and I didn't think I would win until I did - I'm very humbled and honoured.'There were four rounds and an interview with directors and previous queens, and they asked why I wanted to be part of the family.'The opening round was a dance, which we were taught in the day and had to wear red, white and blue.'Next was "glitz and glam", where I wore a grenadier guard's jacket with a carnival skirt, which said 'we are not afraid'.'People said it was really moving, it represented London and the strength we have.'I went quite simple with the swimwear round, which takes a lot of courage because we're plus size, but the audience was very supportive - we thought we could conquer the world when we were done.'The last round was evening wear, and I wore a custom dress by Society Belle which is my dream dress.'As well as winning overall, I also won best 'glitz and glam', best evening wear and Miss Publicity for the charity and volunteering work I've done.'Emily will now be representing Great Britain at the Miss International Curve pageant on October 21, also at the Hazlett Theatre.She is also hoping to concentrate on her anti-bullying campaign FAB - Fight Against Bullying.She says she expected the attitude towards body shape to be different, but still felt the stigma of her normal sized body.Emily added: 'I started to feel more comfortable, and I told my teachers that I was going to be myself and that I had no interested in being a skinny ballerina.'My quality of life has improved so much since I changed my thinking.'I didn't realise how much my life had been overtaken by thoughts about food and what other people thought.'It was such a mental state, and it's been a weight from my shoulders.'Emily says after turning to mental health charity MIND for help with her anxiety, her confidence hugely improved.There are many stereotypes for anyone who is not skinny. Curves is a dating site for anyone who self-identifies as curvy, plus-size, or having a few extra pounds or curves, and anyone who doesn’t judge a book by its cover.
However, since embracing her curvy figure, has a new-found confidence and has been crowned Miss British Beauty Curve, right She was crowned as beauty queen of the pageant at the Hazlett Theatre, Maidstone, on August 5.
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