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9 Female Doctors From Medicine To Beauty Queens

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    Miss England and runner-up in Miss World Carina Tyrrell was a fifth-year medical student at Cambridge, Carina is half french.

    Deborah Lambie
    is the current Miss World New Zealand, a final year medical student and co-founder of LearnCOACH.



    Rolene Strauss, Miss World 2014, is a medical student at the University of the Free State. Rolene was born in Volksrust, South Africa, to Theresa, a nurse, and Hennie Strauss, a doctor.



    Miss Jamaica World 2015 Sanneta Myrie is one of the first to wear locs as a contestant in the Miss World pageant. Myrie follows in the footsteps of Jamaican Zahra Redwood, who was the first to wear locs in the Miss Universe pageant in 2007, In addition to slaying pageants with her beautiful locs, Myrie is a medical doctor and volunteer counselor for the University of West Indies. Not only is she beautiful, but she’s clearly got the brains to match.



    Reita Faria is the first Asian to win the Miss World title in the year of 1966. She is the only Miss World who qualified as a Doctor during her reign. Faria was a student at the Grant Medical College & Sir J. J. Group of Hospitals where she completed her M.B.B.S. degree. Thereafter she went on to study at King's College Hospital, London. She married her mentor David Powell in 1971, and in 1973, the couple shifted to Dublin, where she started her medical practice.


    Yasmin Daji
    was born in 1947 in New York. Later, she moved to Delhi, and entered medical school. While she was studying medical science in Delhi, Daji entered Femina Miss India pageant in 1966. She represented India at Miss Universe 1966 pageant and was declared 3rd runner-up.


    Miss India Supranational 2015, Aafreen Vaz is not just a beauty queen, but also, a doctor in the making. Aafreen, is a student of medicine at A J Institute of Medical Science, Mangalore. Aafreen Vaz is one of the very few Miss India winners who were medical students during their reign.


    Pooja Chitgopekar was crowned Miss India Earth in 2007, and went on to represent India at Miss Earth pageant. Pooja subsequently won the Miss Earth Air title at the pageant. Pooja was student of Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery at the University of Auckland.


    Matilda Kerry Osazuwa
    is a former beauty queen in Nigeria 2000 and a medical doctor at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH). A co-founder of George Kerry Foundation, she is an epitome of beauty and brain. She gives an insight on her job and life as a medical doctor.


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