The 20-year-old, from Bishopbriggs, was overjoyed to pick up the top award at the annual event, which is being held in Paisley.
She fought of competition from eight other perfomers to take the prestigious title.
It is the first time the leading cultural event has been held in the Renfrewshire town in its 121-year history.
Thousands of visitors have flocked to Paisley for the £2.5million festival, since it kicked off last week.
The Mòd changes location each year, and Paisley was chosen for its "signifi-cant Gaelic heritage".
The Royal National Mòd is organised by An Comunn Gàidhealach, the world's oldest Gaelic organisation.
Around 3000 competitors have been taking part in the various competitions this year.
During children's day, Rhiannon Kilpatrick, 10, lifted the Nancy Craik Memorial Trophy in the solo singing category. The Condorrat Primary School pupil wowed the judges with a traditional Gaelic melody.
Pupils from the Glasgow Gaelic School have also being taking part in the week's events, including the solo singing competition at Paisley Abbey.
Our own Evening Times columnist Michelle McManus - who has been learning Gaelic since she filmed a documentary about her family's links with the Western Isles - took part in the Silver Pendant category on Wednesday.
However, the 33-year-old singer lost out in her bid to win a medal at Paisley Town Hall.
The title of overall ladies Silver Pendant winner was Ainslie Hamill from Cardross.
And participants enjoyed a Royal boost earlier this week when Princess Anne attended the traditional Children's Day.
It's also a cultural double for Paisley as it hosts a double festival fortnight, with The Mòd running until tomorrow, alongside The Spree, Scotland's national arts festival.
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