Jacqueline Ferns, 31 years old, from Polokwane in Limpopo, walked away with the crown of Tammy Taylor Mrs South Africa 2020, during an electric production, at Emperors Palace in the City Of Ekurhuleni.
Featuring top SA talented South Africa designers, African superstar, Lady Zamar and Katlego Maboe as the MC of the night, the production truly portrayed glitz and glam.
Jacqueline is married to Lyndon Ferns and although they can’t have children of their own, they have fostered 3 beautiful baby boys.
Sandra Harmse (35) from was crowned First Princess and Olwethu Nodada (35) from Eastern Cape was crowned Second Princess.
By winning the coveted title, Jacqueline becomes an ambassador for SABC 3, the City of Ekurhuleni, the Women4Women movement as well as the official sponsors of the Tammy Taylor Mrs South Africa Pageant.
Jaqueline drives away in a new Suzuki Vitara and she has also won a license to her very own Tammy Taylor Nails Franchise and prizes worth of R1 million from the organization’s sponsors: Tammy Taylor Nails South Africa, Emperors Palace, City of Ekurhuleni, SABC 3, Suzuki South Africa, Lamelle Research Laboratories, Renewal Institute, CATRICE Cosmetics, Collagen Lift, Body 20, Legacy Group Hotel, Kwa Maritane, Contempo, Nomination, Brentoni Eyewear, Thandar Inc, Seduction Lifestyle Shoes, Menlyn Park Shopping Centre, Mpact Recycling, Espavo Hair Design, BDO South Africa, Makeup Issue, iStyle and Uniq Brows.
The Mrs South Africa PTY LTD organization and their contestants raised over R900 000 for the Women4Women Foundation, which was established by Cindy Nell-Roberts.
Jacqueline won the Mrs Charity title. These funds will be utilized to empower disadvantaged women and girls, through various projects lead by the finalists and title holders themselves.