Saturday 19 June 2021

Costa Rica’s Shakira McDonald Among The 12 Most Beauitful Mrs. World

Shakira McDonald was among the top 12 finalsts in the Mrs. World 2016 pageant
Shakira McDonald was among the top 12 finalsts in the Mrs. World 2016 pageant

QCOSTARICA – Shakira McDonald fulfilled her promise before leaving for the Dongguan, China, on February 28, to participate in the 2016 Mrs. World pageant, to make Costa Rica proud. And so she did.

Shakira, on Saturday, was among the select group of 12 finalists of the Mrs. World 2016 title that went to South Africa’s Candice Abrahams.

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Shakira McDonald looks on the new Mrs. World 2016, South Africa's Candice Abrahams.
Shakira McDonald looks on the new Mrs. World 2016, South Africa’s Candice Abrahams.

Although she did not win the title, Shakira said she was satisfied with what she achieved.

“The joy and pride is indescribable. The crown went to the very beautiful Mrs. South Africa, but I won a crown of love that I will never lose. I was born in Limon, a town with a history of deprivation and lack of opportunity, but rich in passion, culture and love. We need to stop excuses and find solutions ourselves, be worthy and courageous, overcome to achieve our goals. I’m now a complete winner, won the respect and recognition of our people,” Shakira wrote on her Facebook page.

In an interview with La Nacion’s VIVA before leaving for China, Shakira said, “This is a beauty contest and beauty is very important, but more than all is charisma, intelligence and discipline. I think those three factors are that at the end what take you to the top.”

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