A 10-year-old girl who has won the honor of being the most powerful girl at the annual U.s.
Thanksgiving Parade has been named the best dressed child at the event.
Katie Hagerty won the title of “Most Powerful Girl” at the Parade, the first time in the parade’s history that an 11-year old girl has been crowned.
The honor is given each year by the Parade’s executive committee to the nation’s top 11- and 12-year olds.
Katy Hagertt’s victory was announced on behalf of her family by U. S. President Donald Trump, and was made official during the parade.
Katty, the daughter of retired U.
Va. basketball coach Mike Hagert, has a long and distinguished history of accomplishments, including winning the honor for the fourth time in five years.
Katyrina Hagertey won the first of her three titles in 2014 and won in 2018.
Her winning streak of seven straight crowns is the longest of any child.
She has also won in two other seasons.
Katyn Hagerts eldest son, Caleb Hager, won the best dresser award at the parade in 2019 and is a three-time U. of M.A.C.
A and U.N. Peace Prize finalist.
Caleb is the grandson of former President George W. Bush and is the daughter and niece of former presidents Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush.