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Hodge handed over the Miss England crown to Jessica Linley in September 2010, and returned to active duty in the Army. After various training exercises, Hodge deployed to Afghanistan in early 2011. Hodge married Neil, who is also in the military, in Sri Lanka in June 2010.
She was quickly signed up by lingerie firm La Senza, Originally she was the runner up in the 2009 Miss England competition, but became Miss England on 7 November 2009 when the pageant winner Rachel Christie stepped down after she was involved in a fight.
More DetailsHide DetailsShe only had 48 hours to prepare before taking part in the 59th Miss World pageant held in South Africa.
As Miss England, Hodge managed to persuade the Organisers to remove the Bikini round from the Miss England competition. This she said would change peoples views of beauty pageants, from being just about looks and more about the girl. Hodge said "To be Miss England you don't have to be the girl who looks best in a swimsuit, thankfully it's much more than that, it's about being a good role model". The Bikini Round of the 2010 competition was removed and replaced with a sportswear round. Given six months leave by the Army, she is presently the front person for dating site Uniform Dating, which specifically aims to help military personnel find love.
As part-time model, at the finals for the 2008 Miss England held on 18 July 2008, she placed fourth and won Miss Eco girl.
She rose to fame after it was reported in the British papers in 2005 that she had earned a commendation for her bravery whilst serving with the Royal Anglian Regiment in Iraq for wrestling two rifles from a prisoner following a road traffic accident and then flooring him with her bare hands - thus saving lives of her comrades.
More DetailsHide DetailsShe was promoted to Lance Corporal.
Hodge was the first Military Person to ever enter a UK pageant. She wanted to break stereotypes of females in the Army and in Pageants.
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