Miss St. Kitts & Nevis

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Miss Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Kitts Queens Of Carnival
TypeBeauty pageant
Official language
LeaderNoah G. Mills (Chairman)
Key people
St. Kitts-Nevis National Carnival Committee (SKNNCC)
5 (from St. Kitts & Nevis)

Miss St. Kitts and Nevis is a national beauty pageant in Saint Kitts and Nevis.


In 1957, the first Miss St. Kitts and Nevis had chosen in under Basil Henderson directorship, Judy Mestier.[1][2] Over the years since the start of St. Kitts National Carnival, thousands of people have converged on “Carnival City” to see, what many people consider to be, the premiere event of carnival, the National Queen Show. No other show, except the calypso final, has come dose In consistently attracting packed audience, not to forget the thousands more who “glue’ themselves to radios arid listen to the captivating descriptions of testants on stage This show strikes home, more than any other, to the heart of carnival in its annual selection of ambassador for St. Kitts and Nevis.


From 1977 to 1981 Miss St. Kitts & Nevis winners competed at Miss Universe and from 1985 to 2015 participated at Miss World competition.
Year Miss Saint Kitts and Nevis
1957 Judy Mestier
1958 Claudina Bagnal
1971 Hazel Brookes
1972 Louvina Bertie
1973 Marguerite Arthurton
1974 Jennifer Evelyn
1975 Shirley Webbe
1976 Annette Frank
1977 Aurelie Buchanan
1978 Cheryl Chadderton
1979 Cheryl Dore
1980 Marva Warner
1981 Ichel Jeffers
1982 Caroline Buchanan
1983 Ithlane Archibald
1984 Karen Grant
1985 Jacqueline Heyliger
1986 Jennifer Hensly
1987 Haley Cassius
1988 Rosie Hodge
1989 Carla Johnson
1990 Wendy Peets
1991 Janetta Maloney
1992 Uazel Glasford
1994 Tracy Thompson
1995 Youlouca Armony
1996 Gloria Esdaille
1997 Tamika Pereira
1998 Nicola St. Catherine
1999 Giselle Lewis
2000 Nicole Gumbs
2001 Wanda Connor
2002 Genieve Hanley
2003 Dibye Bass (resigned) then Correlle Ferlance
2004 Johan Kelly
2005 Genelle Howell
2006 Tesia Burton
2007 Mariece Roberts
2008 Samantha Boone
2009 Sudeakka Francis[3]
2010 Iantavian Queeley
2011 Kalia Huggins
2012 Zinga Imo
2013 Kaeve Armstrong
2014 Tishima Browne
2015 Orngel Erskine
2016 Katherina Davis
2017 Sheniqua Lanns[4]
2018 Tawanna Collins
2019 Hardai Baley
2020 n/a
2021 Nekirah Nicholls
2022 Shafeyah Guishard


  1. ^ "A Carnival Journey". www.historicstkitts.kn. Retrieved 10 January 2019.
  2. ^ "St. Kitts Past Queens Of Carnival". www.sknvibes.com. Retrieved 10 January 2019.
  3. ^ "St. Kitts' Sudeakka Francis Wins Miss Caribbean World Title". www.myvuenews.com. Retrieved 10 January 2019.
  4. ^ "2017/2018 National Carnival Queen Sheniqua Lanns honors the elderly". www.thestkittsnevisobserver.com. 30 October 2018. Retrieved 10 January 2019.

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