Representing England, aerospace engineer Jack Heslewood, 27, is one of the bachelors from around the world who will compete for the Mister World 2019 title. He is 6’3” tall.
Heslewood hails from Hertfordshire, England, which is home to three professional football teams namely Arsenal W.F.C., Stevenage F.C. and Watford F.C. The county has several visitor attractions including the Aldenham Country Park, the Berkhamsted Castle, the Therfield Heath and Watford Museum.
At the age of 21, Heslewood earned his degree in Aerospace Engineer from Kingston University in Kingston upon Thames, London, England and he wants to invent new technologies to enable a better world someday. He speaks English, basic French and Bahasa.
Music and technology are among the things Heslewood is passionate about. He is a talented drummer and a former rocket scientist for Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group at the Cambridge International Airport in Cambridgeshire, England.
When Heslewood was 25 years old, he competed in the ultra distance IRONMAN triathlon. Aside from running, the Hertfordshire native also enjoys skiing.
Crowned Mr. World England 2019 in February 2019, Heslewood succeeded Christopher Bramell, 25, of Liverpool, England. The latter made it to the Top 5 in Mr. World 2016 Southport, England.
Mr. World 2016 Rohit Khandelwal, 29, of India will crown his successor during the Mr. World 2019 coronation night at the Araneta Coliseum in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines on August 23, 2019. It will be the 10th edition of the international male beauty pageant.
Mr. World 2019 marks the first time the pageant is held in the Philippines. If Heslewood wins the crown, he will be the pageant’s first titleholder from England.
This article was updated on August 9, 2019. For more beauty pageant news, follow Beauty Pageant News by Conan Daily.
On August 8, 2019, Conan Daily had a quick chat with Heslewood at the Mr. World 2019 press conference at Novotel in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines. Watch it here: