After sifting through all the entries and totting up thousands of votes the winners of this year’s Ealing Top Models have been announced.

Jackie O’Neill (Top Model), Skye Fisher (Teen Model) and Ruby Henry-Cullen (Tiny Model) emerged victorious. The competition, from the Ealing Gazette and PearceScott Creations, has been running for three years.

The three girls, whom people voted for on the Ealing Gazette website and Facebook page, have won a photo shoot and portfolio worth £250 from PearceScott Creations, in Greenford Avenue, Hanwell.

Barbara Pearce-Scott, who runs the studio, said: “I’m really looking forward to working with all three models, they all have good looks. We didn’t have as many entries as previously but the quality was still there and the public chose wisely.”

Tiny model winner Ruby, of Edinburgh Road, Hanwell, was delighted to receive more than 1,000 votes.

The six-year-old, who attends St Mark’s School, Ealing, said: “I’m super happy. I’ve told all my family and all my friends at school. I’m looking forward to having my photo taken.”

 

Teen winner Skye, of Northolt, hopes to use her victory as a launch pad for further modelling.

The 14-year-old, of Laughton Road, said: “For the past few years I have loved the idea of being a model so to win this is a bit of a dream come true. I was amazed at the number of likes and votes I received. I’m so happy. I never expected to win and I can’t believe it.”

Heavily tattooed Miss O’Neill has been an alternative model for some time. The 27-year-old, of Darwin Drive, Southall, is a freelance piercer.

She said: “It means a lot because even though I’ve been doing modelling I have never won a competition. It’s a real boost to me because it shows I have the support out there.”

Miss O’Neill, who has a six-year-old son Charlie, is engaged to her tattooist boyfriend Lee.

On top of the £250 modelling shoots and portfolio, the winners will also become the faces of PearceScott Creations for 2014.