Carina Tyrrell and Deborah Lambie preparing Miss World 2016 contestants

16 Dec 2016 | Angelopedia

Miss World 2016 is about to conclude in two days, and in two days we will have a new queen. The contestants are ready to take the stage and give their final best try to make it to the crown. Two beauty queens, Carina Tyrrell, Miss United Kingdom 2014 and Deborah Lambie, Miss New Zealand 2015, are in Washington DC to help inspire the girls with their ‘Beauty with a Purpose’ projects.


Carina Tyrrell and Deborah Lambie preparing Miss World 2016 contestants


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Amidst all the sharing and everything, the beauty queens took out time to chit chat with the Miss World Organisation and share their journey and experience so far. When asked what is it like to be back at Miss World, Carina said that she feels wonderful to be back and meet old friends. Also she feels great to see this year’s batch doing great things for their communities.

Deborah on the other hand said that she had a lovely time being back at Miss World and that it’s a huge honour to be back and meet the beautiful girls this year. “It has been lovely to spend time with my dear friend Mireia Lalaguna, Miss World 2015. She has gone from strength to strength in her reign and I have been inspired by her unwavering commitment to charitable causes,” Deborah added.

Carina recently completed her medical degree at Cambridge University and is now working as a doctor at Oxford University Hospitals. She is busy supporting the homeless community building on the experiences she gained in Cambridge. Deborah has also started her medical career and is working as a doctor at Wellington Hospital. She has dedicatedly worked over her ‘Beauty with a Purpose’ project, LearnCoach.

Carina aims at focussing more in global health and wants to learn how to best manage public health emergencies. She interned at the World Health Organisation and gained much experience by working in African and Asian countries. Working on recent outbreaks like Ebola and Zika has fuelled her desire to make a difference in this field and look forward to contributing more in the future.

On the other hand, Deborah’s ‘LearnCoach’ has also helped over 77,000 New Zealand secondary school students. The beauty aspires to work hard to expand her content base so she can deliver more free tutorials in order to reduce educational inequalities in New Zealand. The beauty queen has big dreams on her project for 2017.

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We can’t wait to see what the contestants have to offer this year to the ‘Beauty with a Purpose’ project...