NHS nurse and Pageant Mom Danielle Smith wins title of Mrs Galaxy UK 2023


United Kingdom-based Danielle Smith has recently been crowned Mrs Galaxy Pageant 2023 of the United Kingdom. The United Kingdom Galaxy Peagents UK expressed their pleasure and congratulated 50 years old Danielle Smith, who has spent the past few years as a pageant mum and an NHS nurse in the United Kingdom.

The United Kingdom Galaxy Pageants UK reached out to their social media handle on Friday, May 5, 2023, and congratulated Mrs Danielle Smith, who has recently been crowned Mrs Galaxy UK.


Danielle Smith is a great working wife and mum who loves her job as an NHS nurse. She has two girls; one is the current Miss Pageant Girl Libby and is her role model. Her little daughter has recently been diagnosed with a neurological developmental disorder. So she wants to learn more to support another parent whose daughter Lexi has also been diagnosed with the same illness.

Mrs Galaxy Pageant Danielle was also a part of the United Kingdom Pageant and has also crowned some positions there, Danielle Smith, who is also a ballerina trainer and modern dancer, specialised in her skills of aerobics, boxercise, pilates and aqua aerobics instructor and is continuously serving to help women to be the best they can be and it’s the only part where she dedicated her half-life.

Pageant Danielle, apart from her best personal and professional life, is also a great human being who loves to help and support others in need. Danielle Smith has spent half of her life serving people and becoming the best of her version as she can be. Danielle Smith also did an abseil as Mrs Liverpool Galaxy for her hospital charity to raise vital funds for women with cancer. She is also about to embark on a 16,000 feet skydive as your Mrs Galaxy UK to raise funds for their palliative.

Danielle has been watching beauty Pageants since childhood and has a great sense of passion and glamour for pageants. For that, her sisters helped her build confidence and never stop herself behind the curtains of age and other social concerns. She also shared that she wanted to prove that her attitude of never letting anything stop you in life for achieving her goals had not changed and that age should not define it.


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