Dominican model María Vargas, who recently visited El Salvador to participate in Miss Petite International, won the crown at the beauty pageant.
The 25-year-old also won the Miss Petite Popular medal in the contest that ran from March 21 to 27.
After receiving the crown, the model first thanked God and then her entire work team that from the first day gave themselves body and soul to be victorious in that international contest.
“Words cannot fit me to express everything I felt when I was crowned Miss Petite International 2020. Thank you first to God for giving me the strength to continue my preparation for the international pageant. Thanks to my organization Bellaldama for always being present in my preparation, thanks to the organization of Miss Petite International and to the entire jury for having carried out a quality event and for seeing in me its new queen, ”Vargas wrote on Instagram.
The communicator expressed her gratitude to each of the people who supported her, indicates a press release.
He recalled that during his farewell he had expressed that he wanted to represent the Dominicans as they deserved it, “And so I did, I gave myself body and soul to take our country up high, and we succeeded. Dominican Republic!”.
This is the second Miss Petite International crown for the country.
About María Vargas
He was born on January 10, 1996, in the Dominican Republic, La Romana province. Daughter of plastic surgeon Orlando Vargas and biologist María Estela Medina, both Dominican by birth. At an early age, she became interested in the world of television, acting, and beauty pageants.