Shree Saini, the 24-year-old Indian American student and anti-bullying activist who was crowned Miss World America Washington, and the winner of five awards at Miss World America 2019, was spotted in London at Miss World with beauty queens from over 110 countries.
Shree says “being at the Miss World in London, UK was a profound experience throughout. Just this year, Miss World has fundraised, 60 million for their various charities.”
Shree is seen congratulating Miss World 2019 Toni Ann Singh, for her win.
“Our newly crowned Miss World Toni’s inspiring words and her sincere voice warms everyone’s heart”
Shree is also seen alongside three other Miss Worlds. Miss World 2014 Megan Bata’s speech for Mrs. Julia Morley in 2014 and her work with Zero Hunger UNICEF inspires Shree. Miss World 2018 Vanessa De Leon Ponce, was seen earlier this year visiting Shree in the hospital and now next to Shree, well recovered. Shree with Miss World 2016 Stephanie Del Valle Diaz, whom Shree admires for her service work as Beauty with a Service Ambassador.
Shree with the reigning Miss India Suman Rao, Miss World America Emmy Rose Cuvelier, Barney Walsh, Miss World Emcee, Jack Heslewood, reigning Mr. World.
Shree thanked everyone at the Miss World Organization for being pillars in her life, noting that “Miss World contestants are the girls I grew up watching and looking up to”.
Miss World CEO Julia Morley has been raised 1.3 billion dollars through her vision and her Beauty with a Purpose charity-based projects all over the world.