Baby Beauty Queens

About the Show

About the Show

Baby Beauty Queens delves further into the glitzy ditzy child beauty scene, following the journey of young hopefuls as they enter Britain’s first ever pre-teen beauty pageant. We meet the school nerd who transformed herself, at 13, into Britain’s most crowned child beauty Queen; the youngest beauty pageant contestants in Britain – aged six but covered in eyeliner, mascara and foundation; and Matthew, the eight-year-old whose favourite outfit includes high heels and a skirt. With fake tans and acrylic nails at the ready, their mums are determined to do everything within their power to make sure their little darlings make the best impression in front of the judges. From expensive catwalk coaches to designer dresses, all eyes are on the one and only cash prize. Tears and tantrums abound as our young beauties work their way to their ultimate prize, whether it be modelling on the catwalk or being crowned queen of the beauty pageant!


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Posted by Sharyn20Report
I watched Baby Beauty Queens and was so disappointed with these mothers that put their son/s and daughters through all the stress and long hours just to have most of these precious children fail to win the top prize. What are they telling these children. As a Mother myself I know that children already have so many insecurities to deal with these days, with all the super skinny models and advertising unrealistic beauty ideas, such as photo touching up these already beautiful people. What a load of superficial bull. These mothers are living their fantasies vicariously through the young impressionable child. Not only does this send the wrong message to the future generations, but they end up becoming very superficial and precocious.
Please beauty pageant Mums, look at what you are producing for our future generations to come. Aren't all these children beautiful and precious and all deserve to know that what appears on the outside is not necessarily what lies within.
Grow up and let your children be children