Voting now open for Miss Westmeath
Twenty-year-old Taylor McCormack from Mullingar who is pursuing a career in primary school teaching, is a finalist in Miss Westmeath, part of the Miss Ireland competition.
Taylor is a second-year student in DCU studying Education Studies, and has always wanted to enter the Miss Ireland competition since she was a young girl.
To vote for Taylor, you can now download the Miss Ireland app on the App Store for free, and under the Wild Card selection, you will Taylor's name and profile.
Everyone has one free vote daily for the next two weeks.
“I’m really into camogie, fashion and make-up and I’d consider myself really outgoing. I applied for Miss Ireland because it’s something I’ve always wanted to do. I applied during the first lockdown, and I just thought to myself - just go for it!”
Inspired by previous Miss Ireland winners such as Rosanna Davison and Chealsea Farrell, Taylor hopes to use the platform to convey a positive message.
“These uncertain times have changed my mindset completely and they have made me more aware of the importance of self-care. It is so important to be positive as much as possible and that’s the message I want to convey. Positive mental health is vitally important for all ages, I would like to use my Miss Westmeath platform to promote this.”
To vote for Taylor, simply download the Miss Ireland app from the App Store. Each person is allowed one free vote.