Kedist Deltour crowned Miss Belgium 2021

01 Apr 2021 | Priya Bhardwaj

At the grand coronation of the 53rd edition of Miss Belgium held on 31st March 2021 at the Plopsaland Theatre in De Panne, Kedist Deltour was crowned as the new queen. Miss Belgium 2020, Celine Van Ouystel crowned her successor, who will now represent Belgium in Miss Universe 2021 or Miss World 2021.

Born in Ethiopia, Kedist is 22 years of age and a hairdresser by profession. The queen started her journey as a model with a small fashion show in her community and has aspired to represent the country at international level. She believes that a journey of a beauty queen is not easy as people assume it to be; there are very ups and downs throughout but if one wants to be at the top, they must keep going and prove themselves.



On asking about what advise she’d like to give to the new and aspiring models, she stated, “If you think of yourself. If you hear a lot from people that you have a unique face then you should definitely take a chance as a model.” She is strong, confident, and beautiful who can be a strong representative of the country at the international platforms.

Miss Belgium 2021 Kedist Deltour’s court includes :

First Runner-Up: Thanaree Scheerlinck

Second Runner-Up: Loiuse-Marie Losfeld



The divas who participated at the national contest were Pô-Lynn Koopmans, Aïcha Thomis, Imane Khoudairi, Iona Vanden Noortgate,Thanaree Scheerlinck, Laura Baeyens, Clara Just Petrella, Donatella Willemyns, Maritsa van Iterson, Kedist Deltour, Cassandra Tordeur, Daphné Nivelles, Marine Godin, Kaylee Stroobants, Sana Nasri, Luna Geens, Camilia Martinez, Michèle Debouverie, Solenne Coppens, Emilie Brismé, Kelly Godefroid, Louise-Marie Losfeld, Elodie Gualano, Véronique Michielsen, Christina Boenneken, Lara Buyse, Gul Arikaya, Jennifer Felix, Estelle Leglise, Ellen Duplessis, Melissa Crescibene, Michelle De Vos and Dounia Allali.