Amandine Petit crowned Miss Normandie 2020 for Miss France 2021

29 Sep 2020 | Angelique Reyes

Amandine Petit was crowned Miss Normandie 2020 on 26th September 2020 in Coutances (Manche) and will be representing the province at the Miss France 2021 stage. She has succeeded Miss Normandie 2019 Marine Clautour for the title and is very excited to take over the crown duties.  She was crowned by Miss France 2020 Clémence Botino and her scarf was given to her by her predecessor.

Hailing from Bourguébus Amandine is 23-years-old and stands 175 cm tall and is a student at IAE Caen in a master's 2 Management of establishments and gerontological structures. After winning the crown, Amandine mentioned, "I am very happy, I did not expect it, all the candidates were wonderful, it doesn't matter who was the winner, it was an experience. Wonderful.” She also mentioned that she is very grateful for the crown and would do her best to make the people of Normandie proud.



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Miss Normandie 2020 Amandine Petit’s court includes:

First Runner-up: Chloé Levallois

Second Runner-up: Youssra Asky

Third Runner-up: Bérénice Legendre

Fourth Runner-up: Constance Vautier

The diva is very excited to be a part of Miss France 2021 stage and feels that she can perform her best at the competition. She is strong, beautiful, and determined to win the title for the province. Amandine feels that beauty pageants are a great way for young women to express their opinions and advocacies across the world.



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Amandine likes to travel and usually shares her traveling adventures on her social media. She strongly believes that if an individual keeps their focus and mind onto something they want to achieve and work hard in that direction, they can achieve it eventually.