Miss France 2023: who are the first elected regional Misses who will fight to succeed Diane Leyre?

Miss France 2023: who are the first elected regional Misses who will fight to succeed Diane Leyre?

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This Friday August 5 in Beaucaire, the representative of Languedoc-Roussillon of the Miss France contest will be known. Already, we know several regional elected officials who will fight to succeed Diane Leyre on December 18 in Châteauroux. Overview of the different protagonists.

Who will succeed Diane Leyre and become Miss France 2023? If all the candidates are not yet known, six regions have already elected their representatives.

Shaina Robin, Miss Guyana

In Guyana, Shaïna Robin, 20, was elected on July 16 in the presence of Diane Leyre. As indicated Here, the young woman is in the second year of scientific preparatory class and dreams of becoming an airline pilot to contribute to the “opening up” of her territory.

She also wants to help “young people from remote communities to access studies”. “The latter see their dreams and their futures hampered by remoteness and the lack of accommodation. Having experienced this, I hope to be a source of motivation for young Guyanese,” she said after her election. .

Oriane Meloni, Miss Corsica

To represent the Island of Beauty in the national competition, Oriane Meloni had to beat…her twin Melody, also a candidate for the second consecutive year. For Corse Net infos, the 22-year-old young woman presented herself widely and indicated that she wanted to “do a master’s degree in public health to become a project manager and do prevention”.

Passionate about horse riding, Oriane Meloni also said she wanted to get involved “with the Ajaccian association which helps hospitalized children Soniu Zitellini” and put forward the “values ​​of the medical world”.

Indira Ampiot, Miss Guadeloupe

Just 18 years old, Indira Ampiot has just been elected Miss Guadeloupe. According to Here, the young woman plans to work in “design specializing in advertising and visual communication”.

Indira Ampiot declared herself surprised after her coronation. “We always have a certain astonishment since all the candidates were splendid. None was unworthy. We all had a chance of winning,” she told Rci.fm.

Inès Tessier, Miss Saint-Martin and Saint-Barthélémy

Passionate about art and a student of cinema in Canada, Inès Tessier, 19, was elected to represent Saint-Martin and Saint-Barthélémy.

According to RTL, the young woman said she was very sporty, committed to ecology and the defense of women’s freedoms.

Chana Goyons, Miss Provence

She too is just 18 years old and will represent her region in the national competition. According to Here, this “Tropézienne” has just obtained her baccalaureate with honors and wishes to continue her studies “in finance or commerce”. She says she is “passionate about the sport” and practiced “competitive golf for ten years”.

“The notoriety brought by the Misses would allow me in particular to realize my dream and help disadvantaged children,” she said.

Herenui Tuheiava, Miss Tahiti

She was the first regional Miss elected: Friday, June 24 in Papeete, Herenui Tuheiava, 23, became Miss Tahiti. According to TF1, the young woman is a Master’s student in web marketing and works as a communications officer for Tahiti Tourisme.

She also says she is campaigning “to improve the condition of women”, and says that the competition allowed her to reconnect with her father. “My parents are separated, I lived more with my mother. The fact that my father is involved, thoroughly, that he supported me in this beautiful adventure throughout, it touched me enormously and that made me ‘made it possible to be much closer than him,’ she said according to our colleagues.

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