Namibia's Chanique Rabe to walk the pink carpet at MIPCOM in France

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On Saturday, Miss Supranational 2021, Chanique Rabe will make her way to France, where she will be attending MIPCOM 2021 - the world's largest entertainment content market. 

Namibia's Chanique Rabe was crowned Miss Supranational 2021 at the 12th edition of the international beauty pageant in Malopolska, Poland, on 21 August - the first winner from the African continent in the pageant's history.

Last week, Chanique kicked off her two-week long victory tour in her home country of Namibia, which included meetings with dignitaries, and the president of the Republic of Namibia, His Excellency, Dr Hage G. Geingob.  

Chanique Rabe
Chanique Rabe and the president of the Republic of Namibia, His Excellency, Dr Hage G. Geingob.

Now, the 24-year-old will be making her first appearance on the pink carpet on Sunday evening for the world premiere of Around the World in 80 Days

On Monday, she will also be having a special photocall at The Harbour Station, Palais Des Festivals and visit all the television content stands on Tuesday. 

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On Wednesday evening, she will be presenting a Diversify Award at the 5th annual edition of the awards. The Diversify TV Excellence Awards were created to recognise, champion and celebrate diversity, equality and inclusion in television programming from around the world. 

"I am so excited to be going on my first official international trip as Miss Supranational, and what better way to do it than this event, which will be an experience that will help me learn and grow. Presenting such a prestigious and meaningful award is such an honour, especially because I am from a diverse nation where people live together in harmony," Chanique told Channel24

FOLLOW CHANIQUE'S VICTORY TOUR HERE:

- Miss Supranational Chanique Rabe's victory tour kicks off in Namibia


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