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04 March 2020  

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KATHMANDU: Miss World 2019 Toni-Ann Singh of Jamaica is arriving Nepal on Thursday. After a successful visit in seven countries since the coronation, she is all set to embark on a new journey as she will travel to Nepal in support of Anushka Shrestha Miss World Nepal 2019’s Beauty with a Purpose project.

Anushka Shrestha was the winner of Beauty with a Purpose award at Miss World 2019 last year. She will visit Helambhu of Sindhupalchowk and Makawanpur.

Toni will be visiting the country along with Miss World Organization chairperson Julia Morley this Friday 6th March 2020. Even though there is no official confirmation from Miss World organization, Toni-Ann posted the news on the story.

Along with Anushka, Toni-Ann Singh will also be there to support Miss World Nepal 2018 Shrinkhala Khatiwada’s BWAP project as she was the winner of Miss World 2018 BWAP award.

Miss World 2019 Toni-Ann Singh to visit Nepal next on her Beauty with a Purpose journey

The seven countries that Toni-Ann has visited before her upcoming journey are the United Kingdom, Jamaica for her homecoming. She then visited South Africa as a special guest of Chief Mandela, Nelson Mandela’s eldest grandson, to celebrate his mother’s 70th birthday in Mvezo and donate 1,300 pairs of shoes as part of ‘Beauty With A Purpose continued support of local schools and children.

Toni then visited Mauritius as a part of the promotion of Mauritius as a tourist destination. She also visited La Gaulette primary government school before visiting Terres de Sept Couleurs in Chamarel and Le Morne. Toni next visited Indonesia for Miss World Indonesia 2020 coronation night and went on to USA, Chicago for interviews and personal appearances.

Nepal has definitely proven to be a powerhouse in Miss World as the country consecutively won the Beauty with a Purpose award at Miss World 2018 and Miss World 2019 under Shrinkhala Khatiwada and Anushka Shrestha’s delegation.

Publish Date : 04 March 2020 20:48 PM

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