09
February
2020

Regina Peredo of Mexico crowned Reina Hispanoamericana 2019

09 Feb 2020 | Priya Bhardwaj

At the grand coronation night of Reina Hispanoamericana 2019 held yesterday night, i.e 8th February 2020 in Bolivia, Regina Peredo of Mexico was crowned the new queen by Nariman Battikha Yanyi Reina Hispanoamericana 2018, her predecessor. This was the 29th edition of the international pageant held after much delay due to political turmoil in the host country.

 

Regina Peredo of Mexico crowned Reina Hispanoamericana 2019

 

The stunning 19-year-old beauty showed immense potential from the beginning of the competition and gave an outstanding performance at the finale. Regina, besides being a student and a beauty queen, works with a Non-Profit Association named Unidos Por El Corazón which works on the objective of spreading happiness amongst underprivileged children by providing them with access to all the necessities. The newly crowned Reina Hispanoamericana 2019 Regina’s court included-

Virreina - Gabrielle Vilela of Brazil

1st Runner-up - Laura Claro of Colombia

2nd Runner-up - Yuanailie Alvarado of Puerto Rico

3rd Runner-up - Ketlin Lottermann of Paraguay

4th Runner-up - Valeria Badell Lillo of Venezuela

5th Runner-up - Katrina Llegago of Philippines

 

Regina Peredo GutiƩrrez of Mexico winner Reina Hispanoamericana 2019

 

Along with the winning placements, Ainara Cadavieco of Spain was adjudged as the sixth runner-up, Franchesca Astier of Dominican Republic was awarded the seventh runner-up, Cassandra Cherry of Haiti was adjudged the eighth runner-up and Monserrat Baes of United States took home the ninth runner-up award.

Also See - Reina Hispanoamericana 2019 Special Awards Winners

 

Regina Peredo Reina Hispanoamericana Mexico 2019

 

The stunning beauties who competed for the international crown were Sasha Gigliani representing Argentina, Gabriela Varela representing Belize, Dayana Angélica Romero Montaño representing Bolivia, Aylin Alicia Jaldín Fernández representing Chile, Laura Juliana Claro Coronel representing Colombia, Sissi Leyva Oliva representing Cuba, Tiffany de Freitas Brás representing Curacao, María José Rivera Ibarra representing Ecuador, Monserrat Báez representing USA, Vilma Cristina Perdomo Rodríguez representing El Salvador, Ainara Cardaño Cadavieco representing Spain, Maria Katrina Llegado representing Philippines, Marlen Stefani Zeceña Elvira representing Guatemala, Anita Mikue Alene representing Equatorial Guinea, Regina Peredo Gutiérrez representing Mexico, Stefanía de Jesús Alemán Cerda representing Nicaragua, Ketlin Lottermann Bazzo representing Paraguay, Diana Sofía Santos Silva representing Portugal, Yuanilie "Yua" Alvarado González representing Puerto Rico, Franchesca Ástier García representing Dominican Republic, Lincy Leila Colman Castillo representing Uruguay, Valeria Badell Lillo representing Venezuela, Verónica Zito León representing Hispanic Europe, Gabriela Kristabel Irías Paz Morgan representing Honduras, Danae Pierina Meléndez Ramos representing Peru, Cassandra Chéry representing Haiti, Gabrielle Vilela de Souza representing Brazil, Linette Clement representing Panama, Marianella "Nella" Chaves Serrano representing Costa Rica, Sarah Van Der Steen representing Aruba.