Disability doesn’t stop you from doing what you want to do in life; she’s beautifully different. Megan Reeve, 16, A teenage student with cerebral palsy is in the running to become the first ever disabled winner of Miss England.
She has cerebral palsy and Aspergers syndrome, bravely took to the stage despite also suffering from anxiety.
She was tormented by school bullies who had branded her a “penguin” and “dinosaur” but has now had the last laugh after being crowned Miss Rugby.
She was also subjected to a cruel campaign of abuse by former fellow students who even lured her home and savagely attacked her.
But the hair and beauty student decided she would not let her disability get in her way in achieving her dream of becoming a beauty queen.
Last weekend, Megan Reeve was crowned Miss Rugby and she qualified for the semi-finals of Miss England, which will be held in July.
She is the first ever contestant with cerebral palsy to enter the competition in its 65-year history.
She was stunned when he selected the winner as Miss Rugby 2018.
Megan said, “It felt amazing to win, I got attacked three years ago really badly and it caused me to have anxiety – so this was a big confidence boost.”
She also claimed the public vote and was crowned Miss Popularity and Miss Social Media for Coventry & Warwickshire.
Here is a short video of her talking about the journey for Miss England:
Winning is a great confidence booster and proof that you should never let the disability stand in the way of achieving what you want in life.