portrait of the new Miss France 2023

portrait of the new Miss France 2023
portrait of the new Miss France 2023

MISS FRANCE 2023. The new Miss France is known: it is Indira Ampiot, representative of Guadeloupe, who was crowned on Saturday December 17 in Châteauroux. But who is she?

[Mis à jour le 18 décembre 2022 à 08h00] After a long ceremony, it was finally Indira Ampiot who won the crown of Miss France 2023. The representative of Guadeloupe was crowned this Saturday, December 17, 2022 in Châetauroux against Agathe Cauet (Nord-Pas-de- Calais), its first runner-up. She received the crown from the hands of Diane Leyre, not without hiding a certain emotion. It must be said that the young 18-year-old candidate had never hidden her ambitions with regard to the beauty contest: upstream, she was already hoping to win the Miss Universe crown one day, as she was able to mention in an interview with Paris-Match: “The election of Miss France also offers many opportunities. It is an excellent means of communication because it allows us to highlight projects that are close to our hearts. Projects that I would like to take to the Miss Universe pageant if I’m elected.”

Her motivation to become Miss France, Indira Ampiot drew it from her first supporter, her mother, who herself marked the Miss Guadeloupe jury since she was elected First Dauphine in 1998. This sizeable support already promised carry far in this competition which she saw as an opportunity to promote her island. “I have the will to succeed in the plan to represent our beautiful island and I am aware of the responsibilities” she said on Instagram. How to assure him of a victory?

Miss Guadeloupe is one of the youngest candidates for the Miss France 2023 promotion. Registered for a communication license, Indira Ampiot will start classes in January, unless the Miss France 2023 election has another destiny in store for her. Professional objective of the beauty queen? Become an artistic director in the advertising industry. A dream for those who love to draw and are passionate about design. In her spare time, Indira Amiot also likes to sing. Her pretty features also remind some of those of a famous singer and have already earned her the nickname “Rihanna of Basse-Terre”.

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Miss Guadeloupe is a beauty contest that elects a candidate for Miss France each year. Several young girls from the Dom-Tom archipelago take part in this regional competition to become ambassadors for the department. Since the creation of the competition, four Miss Guadeloupe have been elected Miss France: Véronique de la Cruz in 1993, Corinne Coman in 2003, Clémence Botino in 2020 and Indira Ampiot in 2022. It is the ninth regional committee which has won the most times Miss France.

The list of the last Miss Guadeloupe

  • Ludivine Edmond was elected Miss Guadeloupe on August 6, 2021. She was one of 29 candidates for the title of Miss France 2022, but did not qualify among the finalists. Aged 20 at the time of her coronation, she was a student in the accounting and management sector. She did not rank in the last Miss France election.
  • Kenza Andreze-Louison: in 2020, Kenza Andreze-Louison represented Guadeloupe in the Miss France election. Aged 20 at the time of the election, she aspired to work in the world of astronomy, one of her great passions. She ranked in the top 15 in the Miss France 2021 election.
  • Clemence Botino: in 2019, Clémence Botino was not only elected Miss Guadeloupe, but also Miss France 2020. She beat Miss Provence with 31.95% of the votes against 30.66%. Elected Miss Guadeloupe at the beginning of August 2019, Clémence Botino was a student in art history. The day of her election, Clémence Botino was 22 years old. It should also be noted that she obtained the best score in the general culture test of the Miss France competition with 17.5/20.
  • Ophelie Mezino : in 2018, it was Ophélie Mezino who was elected Miss Guadeloupe. At 19, this Chemical Engineering student already showed ambition, eager to create her own cosmetics brand. But beyond her professional goals, Ophély Mezino is campaigning for a particular cause. His CODA situation required many efforts and “who directed his life”. The candidate was godmother of the association Bébian another world. It helps people with deafness to access the media and daily services. During Miss France 2019, Ophély Mezino ranked 1st runner-up. She is also 1st runner up of Miss World 2019.

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