Czech beauty is new Miss. World

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Krystyna Pyszková from the Czech Republic kicked dust in the eyes of nearly 111 beauties from around the world this past weekend to be crowned as the new Miss. World to be crowned.

This beauty pageant is considered to be one of the oldest and most prestigious international competitions in this industry and has already launched the careers of celebrities such as the actresses Aishwarya Rai and Priyanka Chopra Jonas.

Pyszková, a 23-year-old law student and model, quickly raced through the competition’s elimination rounds to reach the top 12. Here, finalists had to tackle topics discussed at the most recent G20 summit.

Pyszková was asked to shed light on an issue that specifically affects women’s health care, and spoke about removing the stigma and shame around menstruation.

“To be Miss To be crowned world champion is a dream come true. I am deeply honored to represent my country on a global platform,” said Pyszková.

RNews reported earlier that the Miss. World pageant has a stronger welfare and humanitarian focus than the popular Miss. Universe competition thanks to the beauty with a purpose program. Miss. World even abolished its swimwear division in 2014.

The miss SA organization announced last May that from now on this body will no longer send local contestants under their banner to Miss. World will not send, but rather the attention on Miss. Universe and Ms. Supranational will focus.

This news followed after the Miss. World beauty pageant announced in a Facebook post on May 11 that Carol Bouwer, South African actress and businesswoman, is the new licensee of Miss. World in South Africa is.

It is claimed that this decision was taken following the Miss. SA competition’s decision to open up participation to married women and mothers, something that the Miss. World competition still not allowed.

Dr. Claude Mashego therefore named South Africa as the first “Miss. World South Africa” finalist represented.

The miss The last time the world crown rested on a local beauty was ten years ago when Rolene Strauss walked away with this title in 2014.

Additional resources: CCN News, BBC.