Southend shopping centre launches its first ever search for the Face of Little Royalty
The Royals Shopping Centre in Southend-on-Sea has partnered with the Echo and they are looking to find the Essex’s very own mini Gigi Hadid or David Gandy – a 5 to 9-year old with great looks and a bubbly personality to match.
“We’re looking for two gorgeous youngsters who are brimming with confidence and a sense of fun,” says The Royals Shopping Centre Manager, Dawn Jeakings, who is also on the judging panel. “It’s actually a big responsibility that they’ll be undertaking, as they will be representing The Royals in a number of high profile events, such as our Christmas Lights Switch-On, meeting fellow youngsters and adults alike, while also starring in our video and photographic content on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and, of course our website.”
With the role of a promotional prince and princess up for grabs, the two new faces of Little Royalty will not only be required to take part in publicity appearances and shoots for the media but also become the centre’s very own chief Vloggers.
Before any Little Royalty events, the two new ‘Faces’ will be asked to come into the shopping centre to record a publicity announcement, which will be uploaded onto The Royals’ social media pages. The winners will also be invited as VIPs to attend Little Royalty occasions and stream live video content in their capacity as ambassadors for the shopping centre and the kids club.
The competition is open to children aged between five and nine-years old, who must be available and willing to attend the majority of Little Royalty events during the School holidays. The role is unpaid and the children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times.
It’s ever so easy to enter your little supermodel, simply send an email requesting an application form to LittleRoyalty@RoyalsShoppingCentre.co.uk.
You’ll be asked to fill in the details about your child and submit a short video – no longer than two minutes - of them speaking to camera, saying their name, age and why they’d like to be the Face of Little Royalty.
Entries must be in by Sunday 25 June.
The next stage of the competition will see the finalists invited to the popular shopping centre in Southend’s bustling High Street, on Sunday 2 July for a fun audition with the judging panel. Every child taking part will be given a prize and the winner will be announced on the day.
The judging panel which also includes Aisha Hodges, Principal of Absolute Arts Performing Arts School, and Little Royalty Event Manager Ami Solomons
For more information about the face of Little Royalty competition and to receive regular updates about other exciting events taking place at the Royals Shopping Centre, visit wwww.royalsshoppingcentre.co.uk, like our Facebook page or follow @royalsshopping on Twitter.