A Lincoln mother whose 10-year-old daughter is a regular at child beauty pageants is launching the country's first magazine on the events. Leanne Woodall, 33, plans to publish Sparkle Girlz in July which will be aimed at pageant contestants of all ages.
Her second daughter, Niyah, 2, has also just started taking part in pageants. She hopes launching the magazine will change critics' negative views of the events which she says are becoming more and more popular among children.
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