A HARTLEPOOL youngster could soon become a familiar face on the high street after she was selected for the national finals of a beauty pageant.
Ten-year-old Campbell Daniels is one of only 25 children nationwide in the final of the Miss High Street modelling competition.
She is in with a chance of winning a 12-month modelling contract, £1,000 cash and modelling portfolio.
Campbell, who goes to St Joseph’s Primary School, in Hartlepool, will model a variety of high street clothes on the catwalk in the prestigious competition in Liverpool next month.
Proud mum Kelly Daniels said: “Campbell found out about the competition online and sent in three different photographs of herself.
“I think it is great that she has been chosen to be in the national finals, it gives her a real confidence boost.
“From what I understand it is quite a prestigious competition. Looking at its Facebook page it is pulling people from all over the country.”
The competition is staged by Miss High Street Models which says it aims to give aspiring models a prestigious platform to showcase their potential.
The organisers also run exclusive beauty pageants for all ages all over the UK.
Campbell, who is signed up with local modelling agency Tyne Tees Models, is also through to the area finals of the TeenStar singing competition, in Newcastle, on March 22.
Kelly, also mum to Rose, four, added: “Campbell has done a couple of modelling jobs.
“A few years ago she did a job for Pampers nappies playing an older girl with a baby for the packaging. She wants to be on the TV one day.”
Campbell is being sponsored to enter the competition by Miss Toni’s Academy of Singing and Performing Arts, in Hartlepool, where she is a member.