House of Pageantry  is an organisation that was born out of our founders need and want to give back to her community through the things she understood and realised in pageantry.

We coach, develop and mentor you to get ready for your journey. Whether you are entering your first pageant or you have been on the journey to the crown; our services will develop you for the pageant stage and beyond.


We understand pageantry is more than just girls, boys, women or men looking pretty on stage. Pageantry is about family, community, development, discipline, growth and so much more. Therefore:

  1. Our prices are much more affordable.
  2. Our coaching style will enable you to self reflect, develop and set goals that will assist you beyond the stage. 
  3. We have an honest, fun, friendly, committed approach to the services we provide and will make you feel part of the House.
  4. We will guide you from the start to the end of your journey, to build the right understanding and foundation.
  5. Each of our services are tailored to an individual's needs and development areas. 

All our clients have continued coaching with House of Pageantry; and continued to do great things in their personal life and pageants such as: Miss Galaxy UK, Miss Pride of Africa UK, Miss Sovereign UK, Miss Africa GB and Miss Intercontinental. 


To give every pageant contestant and organisers an experience to be proud of and remember.


To connect, educate and develop pageant winners, finalists and directors across all systems and to promote a stronger sense of community for them and the people around.


  • We take you through a short assessment

  • We focus on developing you and letting the beauty from within shine out through 1:2:1 coaching and mentoring face to face and online.

  • We assist and develop pageants that are starting up or need guidance to enhance their current pageant.

  • We use our influence as pageant title holders and finalists to give back to our community, through outreach projects.





Jasmin has over 7 years of pageantry experience. She has competed, judged and directed in various pageants.

She knows exactly what judges and pageant directors are looking for in their Queens and Kings and is willing to bring the best you have within you out.

With her experience, she has a portfolio of successfully coaching and mentoring over 100 people who have placed in Teen and Mr/Miss pageants both nationally and internationally.

Jasmin has a passion for youth development, leadership and quality education. This has allowed her to be a Youth Delegate for the United Nations (UN), worked on humanitarian projects in Ghana and her own charity Rising Nation Youth Foundation. She has given many talks and presentations in front of  international MP's, diplomats, directors and young people. 




Abigail started as a mentee with House of Pageantry in 2017 but since then has been dedicated to the vision, mission and values of this organisation and became the Assistant Coach and Head of GlamSquad. 

Abigail has over 3 years of experience within the pageant and modelling industry; and has competed in prestigious pageants such as Miss Galaxy, Miss Intercontinental and others. She is the reigning Miss Interglobal UK 2020. 

From age 12, Abigail started to research and learnt different techniques on how to style hair and do makeup. Now, Abigail leads her own business within the hair and beauty: @kambi.inc. Abigail has a YouTube channel which focuses on lifestyle, hair and makeup and pageantry of course. 



Ruva  started off as a Social Media Assistant on the team, where she managed HOP’s social media pages through scheduling and planning posts.  Within a short period, Ruva nearly doubled our following and was promoted to become the PR and Marketing Manager. She now analyses, generates reports on audience activity and much more.  

She is currently studying for a BA’s in Drama and Film which has aided her creativity in creating dynamic content. Ruva is also the Social Media Assistant and Brand Ambassador for #WOKEWeekly, who facilitate discussions and debates centred around and beyond the UK black community at universities.

Ruva has a passion for working with young people. As a result, she holds the recurring position of Programme Youth Leader on Futureversity’s Greenwich Summer Youth Programme, where she worked with over 500 participants to develop their skills and help build the foundations of their future. 

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