women that "you can be successful in business and follow your passion". Always a whiz with numbers, Audrey, who lives in Mayfair, worked hard to achieve her dream of working in finance.
She secured her first job after university as a finance analyst in Hong Kong. Working her way up the ladder to investment managing in March this year, Audrey found herself applying for the Miss Central London pageant show on the spur-of-the-moment.
It was a spontaneous move after she spotted an advert that reignited her childhood dreams of becoming a beauty queen. READ MORE: 'My doctor told me to have a baby to fix my chronic 2-week-long migraines' To her surprise, the 26-year-old won the title in a stunning floor-length royal blue dress, meaning she is now preparing to strut the catwalk once again in the hope of becoming Miss GB at the contest being held on October 20 and 21.
Audrey, who is single, said: "I want to show women that you can do both – you can be successful in business and follow your passion.Read more on msn.com