Natálie Kocendová of Czech Republic elected Top Model of the World 2021

14 Mar 2022 | Camilla Suarez

The 28th edition of Top Model of the World competition was hosted on 11th March 2022 at Tanoak Resort in Ain Sukhna, an hour away from Cairo, the capital of Egypt. The competition this year saw participation from professional models from all over the world, competing for the international title over two weeks. At the end of the event, Natálie Kocendová of Czech Republic was elected as the winner, whereas Ecuador’s Nicole Zambrano and Colombia’s Dayana Cardenas were adjudged as the first and second runner-ups.

22 years-old Natalie stands 174cm tall and is a professional model and influencer. The diva is fluent in Czech and English and plays Majorettes Sports. In 2020, Natálie was crowned Miss International Czech Republic 2020 and was supposed to represent her country at Miss International 2020, however, she was unable to participate due to the pandemic situations. She emerged as one of the most potential winners this year since the beginning.



“My dream came true, I won a world competition. I can’t believe it! I won the Top Model of the World competition. Miss Czech Republic has been trying to win for several years. We finally have it! I am so happy. Tatiana puts a lot of effort into it. It finally worked! Thank you for everything. Especially Tatiana, who allowed me to come here and prepared me perfectly. And I wouldn't be here without you either! You have given me incredible strength,” Natálie shared.

Along with the international title, the diva also won the Miss Sunrise and Miss Best Style titles. She further added, “I would like to thank the Top Model of the World. I am happy and grateful! I'll work hard. Thank you very much for the perfect organization. Hotel, food, staff, everything was perfect. This journey is unforgettable for me. It's a lifelong memory. Thanks also to the other girls for making this journey even nicer. A lifelong friendship was formed here.”



Apart from the top 3 winners, the delegates were also felicitated with special awards. Miss Globe title was won by Sohra Schumann of Afghanistan, Queen of Europe title was won by Chloe Ellman-Baker of England, Costa Rica’s Maria Catalina Murillo won the Photogenic Model title, Colombia’s Dayana Cardenas won the Best Body Model, Miss Popularity was won by Germany’s Tatjana Genrich and Egypt’s Yasmin Amin Hassan el Serapfy won the Miss Congeniality award.