Princess of Hearts

Kelley and Till crowned Queen and Princess of Hearts

Bailey Kelley was crowned Queen of Hearts, and Macy Till was crowned Princess of Hearts at Winston County High School on Saturday, March 5.

The top five in Queen of Hearts included Arleigh Breedwell, first alternate, Lexie Flake, second alternate, Jaelyn Dotson, third alternate, and Kaylie Gardner, fourth alternate.

The top five in Princess of Hearts included Maggie Courington, first alternate, Gabrielle Hobbs, second alternate, Kaitlyn Thorn, third alternate, and Nevaeh Taylor, fourth alternate.

Elliott crowned 2020 Princess of Hearts


The 2020 Princess of Hearts and her court. From l-r: Madisen Comeens, fourth alternate; Hope Jacobs, second alternate; Lilly Grace Elliott, Princess of Hearts; Lizzy Bass, first alternate and Sara Ford, third alternate.
DOUBLE SPRINGS - Double Springs Middle School sixth grader Lilly Grace Elliott was crowned the 2020 Princess of Hearts during the annual pageant...

Gardner named Princess of Hearts


The 2019 Princess of Hearts and her court. From l-r: Bailey Kelley, third alternate; Lizzy Bass, first alternate; Queen of Hearts Kaylie Gardner, ReShae Moore, second alternate and Abbie Hood, fourth alternate, Miss Citizenship and Miss Congeniality. Gardner was also named Most Photogenic.

DOUBLE SPRINGS - Kaylie Gardner, a sixth grader at Double Springs Middle School, was crowned the 2019 Princess of Hearts during the annual pageant Saturday.

Wright crowned 2018 Princess of Hearts


The 2018 Princess of Hearts and her court. From l-r: Jordan Jackson, third alternate; Bailey Kelley, first alternate; Princess of Hearts Olivia Wright, Presley Hope Cornelius, second alternate and Kaleigh Phelps, fourth alternate.

DOUBLE SPRINGS - Olivia Wright, a 7th grader at Double Springs Middle School, was crowned the 2018 Princess of Hearts in the annual pageant Saturday, Feb. 24.