Gwenegann Saillard elected Miss Champagne Ardenne 2020 for Miss France 2021

07 Sep 2020 | Camilla Suarez

Gwenegann Saillard was elected Miss Champagne Ardenne 2020 on 6th September and will be representing the province at Miss France 2021 competition. She succeeded Miss Champagne Ardenne 2019 Lucille Monk for the title and was crowned by Miss France 2020 Clémence Botino at the end of the event finale.

Hailing from Aube, Gwenegann is 21-years-old and stands 170cm tall and studies history at the Panthéon-Sorbonne University and aspires to be a journalist in future. "Thank you very much. I do not have the words. I am still on my little cloud! Thank you very much for your messages, your votes, your support,” she wrote on her social media account to thank everyone who supported her during the competition.



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Miss Champagne Ardenne 2020 Gwenegann Saillard’s court includes:

First runner-up: Charlotte Mattlin

Second runner-up: Ardenne: Elsa Damien

 Third runner-up: Mariatou Sow

Fourth runner-up: Julia Morange

Gwenegann is not new to the world of beauty pageants as she was adjudged as the fourth runner-up at Miss Champagne Ardenne 2017 competition. Since then, the idea of ??trying her luck again had stuck in her head and with her hardwork and deducation toward winning the title and representing the province at international stage, she was able to win it this time. She explained " At the time, I was very young. I was just 18 years old. I was not necessarily ready for such an experience. Besides, I was a little disappointed: I thought I was doing better.”  But a little setback wasn’t going to stop a beauty queen from achieving her goals and she had proved it by winning the title.



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The diva strongly feels that she will be able to perform her best at the finale event and make the people of her province proud. She had mentioned, “Whatever the outcome, I'll be myself: simple and natural. This is the most important thing, to be the person you know no matter what!” She is beautiful, strong, experienced, and focused towards winning the title and representing France at Miss Universe 2021 stage.

Congratulations to the queen!