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Bubbly Phoebe of Havelock Road, Gravesend is the Cutest Kid

14 June 2014
by Thom Morris

Proud parents Rebecca and James Maude decided to enter Phoebe, their only child, because of her “happy, bubbly nature”.

Mum Rebecca, 24, said they planned to donate some of the £300 cash prize to Darent Valley Hospital, where their daughter was born last August.

Phoebe Maude is winner of our Cute Kids competition, seen here with mum Rebecca.

Phoebe Maude is winner of our Cute Kids competition, seen here with mum Rebecca.


She said: “I had a normal birth, but the staff were so lovely that I want to give something back. I was a premature baby and I know that every little donation helps.”

Rebecca and ambulance driver James, 25, who live in Havelock Road, Gravesend, will also be spending some of the money on a first birthday party for Phoebe.

Frida Gabriela Abasolo-Munnery was one runner-up. Unfortunately, the family were unavailable for interview.

Frida Gabriela Abasolo.

Frida Gabriela Abasolo.

Brady-Martin Quinn-Payne is set to get a new wardrobe with his prize money after clinching the other runner-up spot.

Mum Marie, 30, said: “He’s growing like wildfire. He’s six months and already wearing clothes for a nine-month-old.”

Marie and partner Joe, 23, a car dealer, who have a daughter Shayla, seven, decided to “give the competition a go” on a recommendation from a friend.

Marie, of St Gregory’s Crescent, Gravesend, said: “My daughter is always entering dancing competitions, so we thought why not?”

Frida and Brady-Martin win £100 each.

Brady-Martin Quinn-Payne

Brady-Martin Quinn-Payne

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