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Chanique Rabe crowned Miss Supranationals 2020

This evening at Droombos in Windhoek, the crowing event of Miss Supranational took place which left beauty queen Chanique Rabe as the fairest of them all and Miss Supranational Namibia 2020.

The crown which was previously worn by Yana Haenisch had other 12 contestants give their best on the runway for the crown despite a beauty queen opting out to the competition last minute.

Rabe will face other queens from all over the globe in 2021 for the official Miss Supranational which was postponed due to the pandemic in Poland. Before taking the race on tonight, Rabe took to her social media to give gratitude to the organizers and the rest of the finalists for the memorable journey it has been for her.

“This journey has had so many ups and downs, emotions and lessons – but I can definitely say it has been the best time of my life. I’ve learnt so much about our team, the wonderful ladies and especially myself – and that I will cherish forever!”

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