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Miss France 2023: she decides to return her crown, “I renounce my title”

Miss France 2023: she decides to return her crown, “I renounce my title”

By Carla Biancarelli

– Modified 02 Jan 2023 at 10:48

A few days after the election of Miss France 2023, a miss has already given up her title and her crown. Shocking revelations!

This Saturday, December 17, the election of Miss France 2023 took place. An evening eagerly awaited by viewers, who were able to vote for their favorite candidate. And it is the great favorite, Indira Ampiot alias Miss Guadeloupe, who won the sacred title. Since then, the young 18-year-old woman has been traveling around France and doing interviews. “There is only one word that comes to mind when I think back to this evening: THANK YOU! (…) Interviews, photos, TV… It’s not common for me (…) But I discover a world that I like and that I can’t wait to explore”, she said. But the new beauty queen, to do some secrets about his love life. During the contest, the winner faced 29 other misses, who came to defend their region.

Miss Centre-Val de Loire surprised everyone

At the end of the evening, the three runners-up also won their title. As for the other candidates, despite their defeat, they did not return empty-handed. Indeed, the Miss France committee was more than generous in offering them a shower of gifts: beauty products, gastronomy, etc. If the latter failed to represent France, they nevertheless won the duty to embody their region. Indeed, for one year, all the Misses will attend events organized by their regional community. All except… One of them who shocked everyone by making a shock announcement. Indeed, a certain Coraline Leraslealias Miss Centre-Val de Loire has decided to give up her title. It was on her Instagram account that she revealed the sad news.

Instagram of Miss center val de loire

“I renounce my title of Miss Centre-Val de Loire for personal reasons”, wrote the Miss Centre-Val de Loire. “Coraline contacted me to tell me of her choice to give up her title. I respect his decision.” then explained Stéphanie Chanoine Talata, the regional delegate of the Miss France committee, in the columns of The New Republic. Coraline Lerasle was elected on October 23 in Dreux. Originally from Indre-et-Loire, the 23-year-old young woman was therefore able to resume her studies in geography in Tours. It has been agreed that it will be the Miss Centre-Val de Loire 2021, Jade Lange, who will resume her role. The reason ? None of the dolphins of Coraline Lerasle have agreed to take her title, since they hope to represent themselves next year to try to win the title of Miss France 2024.



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