All about Miss Earth 2021 Destiny Wagner in Vietnam

29 Mar 2022 | Angelique Reyes

Four months after creating history as Belize’s first international titleholder, Miss Earth 2021 Destiny Wagner has finally kick started her first tour as the eco-queen and will be travelling across Asia and participating in several events. The diva is currently in Vietnam.

While she is currently indulging in traditional activities, Destiny Wagner was the surprise guest and was announced as one of the judges of Hoa hau các Dân toc Viet Nam 2022, during the pageant’s grand launch and press conference in Caravelle Hotel Saigon. The winner of this pageant will represent Vietnam at Miss Earth 2022. Destiny shared that she hopes to find a girl who can bring the ethnic identity as well as Vietnamese culture to the world.



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She also went on to celebrate the Earth Hour 2022 in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam with Nova Entertainment’s Truong Ng?c Ánh and her team. Destiny also featured on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar Vietnam magazine as the first Belizean woman to ever win an international crown. Later, she was welcomed at the Vietnam Ao Dai Museum by the Association of Female Intellectuals and Entrepreneurs, where she also met some grade school students and created flower craft.

I had the honor to visit Ao Dai Museum and learn about the evolution of the Ao Dai & the significance of it. Throughout the years the traditional outfit has been a symbol of feminine beauty. I am thankful to have been gifted with a custom Ao Dai that I will cherish forever! I can’t emphasize enough how important it is to support businesses in your country and others that are actively keeping their culture and traditions alive. I will never forget this experience,” she shared.



She later visited to the President Ho Chi Minh's monument in Union Square, and experienced a cycle ride around the city, followed by the most recent visit to the SOS Children's Village in Go Vap District, to distribute gift items and interact with the village's resident kids.

She also performed a ritual to record her hand prints before leaving the world-class NovaWorld Phan Thiet facility. In the future, when the 44-meter 'Walk of Fame' gets completed, Destiny will be among the first celebrities to be part of it. The queen has been involved in tours, interviews, ethnic city visit, local culture, and opportunities to promote her ocean sustainability advocacy.