miércoles, 23 de febrero de 2011

Miss Mundo en Trinidad y Tobago

Two of the World’s most beautiful women—Miss World 2010 Alexandria Mills, right, and first runner-up Miss World (Africa) Emma Wareus of Botswana, pose for a photograph in Tobago yesterday. 
Miss World 2010, Alexandria Mills of the United States and her entourage paid a courtesy call on chief secretary of the Tobago House of Assembly Orville London at his office at Calder Hall yesterday. She was accompanied by first runner-up Miss World (Africa) Emma Wareus, of Botswana; Trinidad and Tobago Miss World representative at the 2010 pageant, Davia Chambers; and Julia Morley, co-chair of the pageant.

Welcoming the entourage, London said he appreciated the fact they were in Tobago. He hoped the ensuing discussions would be fruitful and positive. Morely, speaking on behalf of the team, said, based on future talks, the country would be able to invite 120 nations to witness and enjoy Tobago’s charm.  She added: “We do love Tobago. I do from many years of being here. I think at the moment it’s one of the world’s best kept secrets.” 

Fuente: Trinidad Guardian, Port of Spain

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