Emma Arrebot-Natou elected Miss Midi Pyrénées 2020 for Miss France 2021

12 Sep 2020 | Angelique Reyes

Emma Arrebot-Natou was elected Miss Midi Pyrénées 2020 on 11th September 2020 at the Palais des Congrès in Mazamet. She will be representing the province at Miss France 2021 competition and has succeeded Miss Midi Pyrénées 2019 Andréa Magalhaes for the title and was crowned by Miss France 2020 by Clémence Botino at the end of the event finale.

Hailing from the town of Tournefeuille, Emma is 19-years-old and stands 179 cm tall and is currently a student in BTS international trade. She explained that her mother is a former Miss, and they together had the idea of ??registering for the election of Miss Toulouse, and this initially in 2019 where she was adjudged as the first runner-up. She was later elected as Miss Toulouse 2020 and competed for the Miss Midi Pyrénées 2020 competition.  After winning the crown, she thanked friends and family, "We were all different in our own way, we all deserved our crown. Anyway, I'm very happy, thank you for your trust."



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Miss Midi Pyrénées 2020 Emma Arrebot-Natou’s court includes

First Runner-up: Mathilde Perez

Second Runner-up: Louana Clementoni

Third Runner-up: Margaux Thiébaut

Fourth Runner-up: Margot Lagier

The diva explained that she took the competition as a personal challenge because “marching in a swimsuit or speaking in public, it’s not easy.” But she was determined to win and she performed well and impressed everyone at the competition.



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Passionate about travel and music, Emma is also a fan of horse riding and has been immersed in the equestrian world for several years, and is also a lover of thrills. “Like the Misses”, she jokes to the daily, and concludes: “The Misses are adrenaline, it’s thrilling”. She is confident, strong, and focused to performing her best at the finale night.

One of the finalists, Valentine Ketterer was unable to defend her chances as she learned of the positive result of a Covid-19 test on Friday. The Miss Midi-Pyrénées committee decided to continue the election with proper security measures, despite the absence of this 24-year-old nurse, stationed at the Toulouse University Hospital.