Cloé Delavalle crowned Miss Center-Val de Loire 2020 for Miss France 2021

21 Oct 2020 | Ana Walia

Cloé Delavalle was crowned Miss Center-Val de Loire 2020 on 19th October 2020 at the Dreux theatre, in a private ceremony. She will represent the province at Miss France 2021 stage and succeeds Miss Center-Val de Loire 2019 succeeds Jade Simon-Abadie for the title and is very excited to take over the crown duties.

Originally from Chartres, Cloé is 23-years-old and stands 178 cm tall and is currently a neurology nurse at the Coudray hospital. For her, this job at the hospital is a real vocation as she has been able to help and support sick people. She describes herself as a caring and altruistic human by nature who deeply cares for the ones in need.



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After winning the crown, she took to her social media to thank everyone who kept supporting and motivating her throughout her beauty pageant journey. She mentioned, “A dream come true and all thanks to all of you, like what perseverance always pays! I started this wonderful adventure in 2015 and today I am crowned Miss Center Val de Loire 2020. Never give up your dreams. I would also like to congratulate all the candidates present with me during this crazy election! Gorgeous girls and wonderful people. Thank you for these unforgettable moments.”

Miss Center-Val de Loire 2020 Cloé Delavalle’s court includes:

First runner-up: Emmy Gisclon

Second runner-up: Anaïs Ghesquière

Third runner-up: Maud Fleury

 Fourth runner-up: Sara Marra

Cloé mentioned that her family and friends are very important to her because they contribute to her happiness and fulfil her, and they know they can count on the diva in all situations. She also mentioned that she is very excited to represent Center-Val de Loire at Miss France 2021 after competing for the third time at the beauty pageant.



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The diva loves to eat, go on an adventure, travel, and discover new horizons and is very passionate about that. She added that one of the reasons why she participated in the election of Miss Center Val de Loire was because it would allow her to come to meet new people and discover new places through the Center region. The diva aspires to share her job, do prevention, health education and of course take the region as far as possible to the Miss France competition.

During an interview, she mentioned, “Becoming Miss France is my dream. I have a long way to go, a preparation to do, both in terms of physicality and general culture. I don't diet, I eat everything, I love cakes and sweets. I don't have a scale at home.” She also mentioned that people must stop putting beauty queens in a box of just being pretty because they are sincere, generous, active on social media for their advocacies.