|Born:||January 11, 1983|
|Bra/cup size:||34C (75C)|
Claire Evans (born 11 January 1983) is a British glamour model and former beauty pageant participant who became Miss Wales in 2005.
Born the eldest child of parents Geraint and Michelle in the seaside town of Aberystwyth in Wales, she was educated at St Padarns Roman Catholic primary School and then Penglais Comprehensive School. Evans was a Welsh Junior International athlete winning many Welsh Championship titles over the distances of 1500m, 3000m 5k, 10k and cross country and represented Wales at international level several times. A competitive swimmer at county level she also holds a qualification in sports therapy. Evans's younger brother Daniel Evans, also a competitive swimmer, represented Wales at International level in Athletics and captained his county Dyfed Schools in football.
In 2005 Evans was crowned Miss Wales 2005:Claire Evans and went on to represent Wales at Miss World Wales - Claire Evans in China. She was the first ever Miss Wales to hail from Aberystwyth and Ceredigion. During her year long reign she attended many events and was appointed an Ambassador for the 2006 Heineken Cup Rugby alongside Ieuan Evans and Rob Howley. Evans and Ieuan took the Heineken Cup to the summit of Snowdon in Wales.
In 2007 she was placed 6th in the Miss Great Britain contest. She has appeared in several magazines, music video and did a TV show for Sky's Living TV hosted by Tara Palmer-Tomkinson. Evans had a six page modelling cover shoot for 'Lewre' in Women's Glossy Fashion Magazine 'Citta Bella' in Malaysia.
In 2009 Evans won the title of Miss UK Hawaiian Tropic and represented the UK at the 2009 international finals in the autumn. In that same year Claire successfully completed a course at London Est for a career as a freelance fashion, photographic and creative media make up artist and has been appointed as the official Make up Artist for the current Miss Wales 2010 Courtney Hamilton. Claire is former girlfriend of Wales ScrumHalf and British Lion Mike Phillips.