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African Countries That Won The Miss World Crown

Here Are The African Countries That Won The Miss World Crown..

 

Eric Morley founded the Miss World beauty pageant in 1951, making it the oldest beauty pageant in the world. Miss World or Miss World, Miss Earth, Miss International and Miss Universe are the four major international beauty pageants.

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Since the inception of the Miss World pageant, 36 countries have won the championship, and some countries have won the championship more than once. India and Venezuela have each won six coveted titles, while in Africa, South Africa has the most wins, followed by Nigeria and Egypt.

 

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Here are the African countries that have won the most Miss World trophies…

South Africa won the Miss World for the first time in 1958 (four years after winning in Egypt), when Penelope Anne Coelen (born 1940) took the crown. Penelope is the second African woman to receive the title.

 

After becoming Miss World in 1958, she tried her luck in Hollywood but failed the screen test. She continues to run her own clothing line and supports beauty products, especially perfumes.

 

In 1974, thanks to Anneline Kriel (born 1955) at the Riyal Albert Hall in London, England, South Africa won its second championship. In 1974, Helen Morgan of the United Kingdom resigned only four days after her victory. She became Miss World in 1974 and became the second woman in the UK to receive the title at the age of 19.

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South Africa won its third championship in 2014, when Rolene Strauss (born 1992) won the competition in London, England.

 

In the same game, Rowling became the first medical student to win the Miss World pageant. She is the third South African woman to win the Miss World laurel after Penelope Anne Coelen in 1958 and Anneline Kriel in 1974.

 

South Africa won its third championship in 2014 when Rolene Strauss (b. 1992) won the competition in London, England.

 

In the same game, Rowling became the first medical student to win the Miss World pageant. She is the third South African woman to win the Miss World laurel after Penelope Anne Coelen in 1958 and Anneline Kriel in 1974.

 

Africa has a wide range of representative countries this year, including Nigeria, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Cameroon, Botswana, Senegal, South Africa, Kenya, Madagascar, Somalia, Ivory Coast, Rwanda, Angola, Namibia, Mauritius and Uganda. We all hope that the winner of this version is an African.

 

Miss Ivory Coast 2021 Olivia Yacé is one of the hottest candidates of this competition, which brings hope to many game lovers. Which of them will win the championship on Thursday, December 16?

 

 

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