Lara Lourenço crowned Miss Ile de France 2020 for Miss France 2021

20 Sep 2020 | Ana Walia

Lara Lourenço was crowned Miss Ile de France 2020 on 19th September 2020 at the Espace Pierre-Bachelet in Dammarie-les-Lys and will be representing the province at the Miss France 2021 stage. She has succeeded Miss Ile de France 2019 Evelyne de la Richaudy for the title and is very excited to take over the crown duties. Lara was crowned by Miss France 2020 Clémence Botino who sent her all her congratulations on social media "Congratulations to our new Miss Ile- de-France!”.

After winning the crown, Lara mentioned, “I really did not expect it. My mother registered me without telling me and told me about it when she received an email inviting me to the selections.” Hailing from the city of Saint-Maur-des-Fossés, Lara is 18-years-old and stands 171 cm tall and a student in BTS International Commerce trade option luxury with a view to integrating a fashion school.

Before entering the pageant, she had mentioned, “I want to move towards the world of haute couture in order to combine passion and professional life. Always smiling and cheerful, my goal is to make everyone around me smile every day. Becoming Miss Ile de France would allow me to thank my mother and my relatives for their infallible support and for having believed in me, and thus make them proud.”



A post shared by Lara (@laralourencor) on


Miss Ile de France 2020 Lara Lourenço’s court includes:

First runner-up: Clara Lagurgue

Second runner-up: Chloé Furiet 

Third runner-up: Calisson Goasdoué 

Fourth runner-up: Kimberley Lunion

Lara described herself as "a great dreamer" whose greatest flaw is being "stubborn". "If I had to describe myself, I would say I'm a big dreamer and tonight I have the chance to live one of my dreams and I hope it will come true. My daily goal is simple: I want to share my joy, my good humour as well as my smile with each person I meet because for me, a smile is a strength, it allows me to face anything,”she declared during of its presentation.

The diva is passionate about traveling and regularly shares pictures of her journeys via her Instagram account. Lara will vye for the the precious crown of Miss France 2021 on 12th December 2020 in Puy-du-Fou (Vendée). An election in a magical and unique setting that promises great surprises to the public and viewers. "With this very large stage, there are a lot of possibilities. There will be a lot of things and the girls will have a lot of paintings to learn,” confided Sylvie Tellier.