A DAREDEVIL beauty queen has taken on one of her biggest challenges yet for good causes.

Alina Green from Priestwood, Bracknell won the equivalent of the Miss England title earlier this year after the prestigious beauty pageant was changed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Now, the current Miss Dorset titleholder has completed a Wing Walk on an aeroplane raising £2,000 for Beauty with a Purpose charity and African Playgrounds.

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Army cadet Alina completed her nerve-wracking challenge at Aero Super Batics in Cirencester on Saturday, April 17.

The larger than life Miss England finalist also completed a shark dive before lockdown last year.

Alina said: "This year has been full of uncertainty for many people with huge events being cancelled, people are just slowly getting their independence back and feeling the new normal. I am lucky to be able to continue raising funds for Beauty With a Purpose and African Playgrounds with a Wing Walk! Thank you to the Miss England Team for always supporting all our journeys."

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Alina is in her final year as a Fashion student at Arts University Bournemouth and graduates in June, she is also an ambassador for We Do Ethical and their Tree Planting Pledge and is raising awareness of fast fashion.

She is also passionate about Women's Safety and has established a 'textmewhenurhome Instagram chat with another Miss England Finalist to help women feel safe when walking on the streets.