Beautiful babies steal the show

OUR Beautiful Bubs competition had parents, grandparents, aunties and uncles vying for their little bundle of joy's success.

With interest cemented from the get-go no one could have anticipated that entries would flow in so thick and fast in the last hours of voting, putting staff into a counting lockdown of several hours duration.

A total of 15,842 votes were lodged and counted.

The winning babies colleted prizes from Rachel Spies Photography, Big W, Warwick Watchmakers and Jewellers, cake Pops and WIRAC.

Thanks from the Daily News to all those who entered and voted.

 

The Winners

Most Beautiful Baby: Nylah Wallis, 290 votes

How could you go past Nylah Wallis?
How could you go past Nylah Wallis?

 

Most Beautiful Eyes: Cooper Keogh, 342 votes

The voters couldn't resist Cooper Keogh in the tough competition for Most Beautiful Eyes.
The voters couldn't resist Cooper Keogh in the tough competition for Most Beautiful Eyes.

Best Personality: Liam Wren, 368 votes

Liam Wren looks set to be a bit of a character, taking out Best Personality.
Liam Wren looks set to be a bit of a character, taking out Best Personality.

Best Dress Ups: Brady Collins, 467 votes

Brady Collins showed his true cowboy colours in our popular Beautiful Bub competition.
Brady Collins showed his true cowboy colours in our popular Beautiful Bub competition.

Cutest Smile: Claire Fitzgerald, 232 votes

Claire Fitzgerald was a popular choice in the Cutest Smile category.
Claire Fitzgerald was a popular choice in the Cutest Smile category.


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