Victoire Rousselot to create history as first married mother at Miss France 2023?

18 Jun 2022 | Angelique Reyes

After receiving harsh critiques about their restrictive delegate requirements, Miss France organization has recently completely shifted their rules which now even allows mothers and married women to compete at the national competition. The change is being welcomed with tremendous support and appreciation.

One of the first delegates in the running to create history in pageantry as a married mother delegate is Victoire Rousselot. In addition to being a strong delegate, she marks the history of Miss France and makes the Miss Alsace committee proud by becoming the first mother and married candidate.



She is 27 years old, a mother of a 3 year-old girl and is a dental assistant. "I had my daughter when I was 24. I'm 27 now, I still think I'm young. I can and would like to achieve a lot more," she says. She also describes herself as funny, authentic and dedicated natured woman, grateful and enthusiastic to begin this incredible adventure.

Miss France organization has never focused on electing a candidate for international pageant platforms but has always prioritized on crowning a queen who will be there for French people. With the new regulations in place, the Miss France organisation will have no trouble deciding between electing a new queen who meets the new rules and a representative who meets the Miss Universe requirements.



The organization has also previously appointed former winners or runner-ups for the delegation at Miss Universe and can similarly go ahead with the same process for coming years, as it allows more inclusivity towards aspiring women like Victoire who can get the best of both worlds.