Three of Glasgow’s most gorgeous little girls gathered at The Forge yesterday for the Evening Times Tots prize giving ceremony.

The winner of the ninth competition is two-year-old Aisla Maiden, who beat more than 650 other little ones to the crown.

Aisla and her family, who live in Springboig, will be joining the jet set with their prizes - a £1,500 travel gift card for Stewart Travel and Jet2 Holidays, £1,000 cash and a £250 Forge Shopping Centre gift card.

Runners up are Savariah Roberts and Rachael Clark.

Savariah, who is the youngest at only four months old, won a £250 Forge gift card and two-year-old Rachael won a £150 gift card.

Her mother, Iona Camley, 31 from Balornock East told The Evening Times after seeing the competition advertised in the paper.

“We just thought let’s give it ago, and see how far she’ll get. She was only 8 weeks at the time.

“I woke her dad up at half 6 in the morning to tell him she came runner up.

“We’re going to spend the money on her, probably” Iona laughed. “Her winnings have just won her Christmas.

“We’re definitely going to enter her next year. I’ve kept all the articles to show her when she’s older.”

Rachel’s mother, Debbie Griffiths, 41 from Partick, buys The Evening Times every night and entered her after she saw the competition advertised.

“Rachel loves getting her photograph taken. We’re going to buy her some boots for Christmas.”

All three girls also get a framed photograph and Times Tot certificate.

The ceremony was held at The Forge shopping centre, where Jacqui Findlay from Stewart Travel presented Aisla’s family with their travel vouchers which they are going to spend on a holiday to Majorca.

“We are absolutely over the moon to have found out that Aisla has won” Claire told The Evening Times.

“Aisla is a wee poser so she has absolutely loved the experience” said her mother.