Jeanique de Palm to represent Aruba at Reina Hispanoamericana 2021

24 Jun 2021 | Camilla Suarez

Jeanique de Palm who was adjudged as the second-runner up at Miss Teen Aruba International 2009 will represent the country at the 30th edition of Reina Hispanoamericana, i.e., Reina Hispanoamericana 2021. She succeeded Reina Hispanoamericana Aruba 2019 Sarah Steen for the title and is excited to represent the island at the international stage.

The 28 year-old Spanish-American queen lives in Oranjestad and is a graduate from Colegio San Nicolas Aruba. She is very well known in Aruba in the world of beauty and dancing. Full of excitement and gratitude, Jeanique took to her social media to share, “With immense pride I want to share with you that I will have the pleasure of representing my beautiful island of Aruba in the 2021 Hispanic American Queen contest that will take place in Bolivia. Aruba is my home and I will proudly introduce the world to more of the happy island and its wonderful people.”



“I am extremely honored and grateful to be representing Aruba in the next Hispanoamerica Pageant. The people that know me best know the love I have for my country and given the opportunity I will always speak highly about my "One Happy Island". Nothing makes me more proud to once again be given the opportunity to represent my beautiful island Aruba on an international platform,” she added.

Aruba’s placement at Reina Hispanoamericana hasn’t been as commendable as its delegates have been. The last and only placement for the country was back in 2015 when Digene Marilyn Zimmerman was appointed as the new Virreina Hispanoamericana after Paraguay’s Laura Riveros was dethroned.



The diva is experienced, stunning and grateful for the opportunity which she is looking forward to embark on and make the country proud. She can definitely be a strong contender and one of the front-runners at Reina Hispanoamericana 2021.

The 30th version of Reina Hispanoamericana will take place on October 30, 2021 in the city of Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia; where candidates from more than 20 different countries and autonomous territories of the world will compete for the title and the international crown. At the end of the Reina Hispanoamericana 2019 event, Regina Peredo Gutiérrez from Mexico will crown her successor as Reina Hispanoamericana 2021.