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Purple Passion Royal International Miss continues to offer the pinnacle pageant experience to young women far and wide O rlando, The City Beautiful, welcomed delegates from around the country and across the ocean as they dreamed of capturing the seven illustrious crowns of Royal International Miss. And with news spreading that Royal International Miss was going global, everyone, including parents, supporters, and pageant aficionados, welcomed the news with a sense of excitement and pride in knowing that they were a huge part of the explosive growth of Royal International Miss. Royal International Miss is renowned for their affinity for the royal color of purple and their passion for provid- ing an event and competition week to remember, and this year was no different. Between the required and optional competitions, rehearsals, and extravagant nightly parties, the Royal International Miss finals would leave an indeli- ble memory for all in attendance, beginning with the ini- tial day’s registration and opening production number rehearsals for each of the coveted divisions: Princess, Sweetheart, Pre-Teen, Jr. Teen, Teen, Miss, and Ms. And in true Royal International Miss style, the day ended with the Welcome Luau and Queen’s Reception, where every- one was invited to meet each other, as well as the reigning 64 PAGEANTRY International Queens and Role Models. As the festivities commenced, everyone began to relax after an action packed day. Participants were welcomed to the luau with traditional Polynesian music and dances, including dance lessons, and the always-favorite fire dancer. It was an open- ing day to remember, and the passion for Royal Interna- tional Miss increased with each scheduled event, beginning early the next morning with Orientation. POLYNESIAN LUAU