Pamela Uba, South African Miss Ireland 2021

Pamela Uba, South African Miss Ireland 2021

Pamela Uba

A woman of African descent was chosen as the beauty queen of Ireland this year. This is Pamela Uba, who will have the opportunity to represent Ireland in the 70sth The Miss World pageant was held on Thursday, December 16, 2021 in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The winner of the previous edition is also the successor to Chelsea Farrell, who represented Ireland at the 2019 Miss World and reached the top 20 of the Head Challenge.

The Miss Ireland Organization 2021 held the Miss Ireland 2021 coronation ceremony on the night of September 5, 2021 at the Lakeside Manor Hotel in Cavan. Pamela Uba, 25, of Galway, a port city on the west coast of Ireland, has been named Ireland ‘s new beauty queen. Sharing her success, she turned to her social networks: “It’s like a dream come true. Words fail me to describe what I feel now. It was a roller coaster of emotions! “.

In the days leading up to the closure of Ireland’s borders in 2020, Pamela Uba was crowned Miss Galway, and spent most of her administration working at the forefront of the city’s university hospital. She recently completed a Masters in Clinical Chemistry at Trinity (Dublin) and was a part-time model.

Ubay, now a very proud Irish citizen, grew up in direct aid when he moved to Ireland with his family from South Africa when he was 8 years old. She wants to use the title of Miss Ireland 2021 to represent a more diverse island on the world stage and to believe that education is a superpower.

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“In the competition, it is a privilege to know, be with and experience this unique journey with so many extraordinary young women. I hope you can all be proud of Miss Ireland 2021 and I want to represent Ireland in the 70sth Miss World in Puerto Rico in December, ”she added.

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