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The marvellous journey of Miss South Africa 2018 Tamaryn Green

09 Aug 2019 | Angelique Reyes

Tamaryn Green was crowned Miss South Africa 2018 held on 27th May 2018 at the Sun Arena at Time Square in Pretoria. The 24-year-old South African beauty has not only made a mark at the national level but also has represented her country with pride and sincerity at the international stage.

 

The marvellous journey of Miss South Africa 2018 Tamaryn Green

 

Ever since her national crowning, Tamaryn began to prepare for her international stint at Miss Universe 2018. With her alluring beauty and hard work, she not only managed to amaze everyone but also proved her worth with her scintillating performance, winning the first runner-up award at the competition.

Beautifully answering her question at the Miss Universe 2019 finale where she was asked if countries should limit the number of refugees allowed across the borders, Tamaryn also surprised everyone with her mature thinking and eloquence. She replied, “I think that every country should have their own rules and regulations, but for a thriving society and for all of us to stand together, we have to understand that we are all human and that we are more alike that we are not. So, we should be open to loving each other, accepting each other. It doesn't matter where we come from.”

 

The marvellous journey of Miss South Africa 2018 Tamaryn Green

 

The 6th year Medical student decided to join this field after she was diagnosed with Tuberculosis and was cured later on. She is a proud TB advocate, trending the hash tag of ‘Break The Stigma’.  She has amazed everyone with her humanitarian work all across the country and in spreading awareness about her cause.

With her reign coming to an end, Tamaryn has definitely made her country proud at the international platform and carried forward the legacy of her predecessor Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters who was crowned Miss Universe in 2017. She will crown her successor at the grand finale of Miss South Africa 2019 at 9th August 2019 at Sun International’s flagship venue, the Sun Arena at Times Square, Pretoria.

 

The marvellous journey of Miss South Africa 2018 Tamaryn Green

(Photo Credits: Tamaryn Green Instagram)