Annerie Maré to represent Namibia at Miss World 2021

13 Jul 2021 | Camilla Suarez

The Miss Namibia Organization announced, on 12th July 2021, that Miss Namibia 2021 first runner up Annerie Maré will represent Namibia at Miss World 2021, scheduled to take place at the Coca-Cola Music Hall in San Juan, Puerto Rico on December 16, 2021.

26 years old Annerie of Kamanjab, Kunene won the Miss Fitness award and became runner-up to Chelsi Tashaleen Shikongo at Miss Namibia 2021, earning her chance to uphold the title of Miss World Namibia 2021. She feels tremendously blessed to get this chance of representing Namibia at an international platform.



She is currently pursuing her bachelor’s degree in counseling and loves traveling. She is also actively involved in developments in the tourism, agriculture and entrepreneurship. She also has a blog named Journey of Anne Royal where she posts everything related to her lifestyle, travel.

In 2012, Maré participated in the Eagles’ Wings Girls and Horses program in the United States, following which, in April 2015, she launched Eagles’ Wings Africa. She also she joined the new coronavirus (COVID-19) awareness campaign in Gobasis, Omaheke, Namibia in June 2021.

After being adjudged as the runner-up to Miss Namibia 2021, Annerie took to her social media to embrace her journey as she wrote, “I took a moment to soak in the reality of a journey that I embarked on a few months ago- what a life changer. You see but it is never about the destination as it is about the journey. For me, this is just the start of a chapter that I have ever deeply dreamed about.”



“I love you Namibia and I might not have the crown but in my heart it is not about the crown that I want to carry out in my land but the passion I have for my country and the changes that can be inspired through my journey as the 1st runner up of Miss Namibia 2021,” she added.

Annerie also represents Namibia’s culture and diversity through her social media. With her hard work and dedication, Maré will definitely be a strong representative for the nation being the 20th woman to represent Namibia at Miss World.

Congratulations queen!