Laura Cornillot crowned Miss Miss Nord - Pas-de-Calais 2020 for Miss France 2021

11 Oct 2020 | Angelique Reyes

Laura Cornillot was crowned Miss Miss Nord - Pas-de-Calais 2020 on 10th October 2020 at the at the Pacbo d'Orchies and will represent the province at Miss France 2021 stage. She succeeds Miss Nord-Pas-de-Calais 2019 succeeds Florentine Somersfor the title and is very excited to take over the crown duties.

Originally from Ennevelin, Laura is 24-years-old and stands 178 cm tall; holds a license in tourism. She is currently pursuing her studies in communication and digital marketing. The diva is very excited to represent her province at the national pageant where she believes she will be able to perform her best.



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Miss Miss Nord - Pas-de-Calais 2020 Laura Cornillot’s court includes:

First runner-up: Amandine Capillon

Second runner-up: Josephine Lecaille

Third runner-up: Mathilde Donné

The diva is passionate about traveling, horse riding and modelling. She also aims to open a travel agency specializing in equestrian tourism. "A dream is coming true. In this very special period, the atmosphere was still there. I will make this scarf the best " she declared after the announcement of the results.



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Laura had mentioned, “I am keen about running, swimming, horse riding but, nothing in competition. I think I don't really like it.” She is not new to the world of pageantry as she was elected Miss Lille 2016 and has worked hard to win the title in order to represent France at Miss Universe stage. The last Miss Nord-Pas de Calais to have won the Miss France election was Maëva Coucke in 2018 and she represented France at Miss Universe 2019 stage. Laura Cornillot is thinking of taking a break from her studies to devote herself to her physical and mental preparation. " You have to be well in your sneakers and have a good physique, obviously. We're going to work on it,” she explained.

On asking about if she feels any pressure with the title, Laura explained, “There is a little pressure, but it's a good pressure. And when it gets too difficult, I walk away, I take a step back and I ride a horse, it feels good to decompress. This year is the centenary, it's quite incredible. Winning the crown was not a dream but it is starting to be. On election night, I will try to highlight the simplicity, the authenticity of the people of the North. I will do my best to represent us.”  She is strong, confident, and focused towards winning.