Miss Bright Future beauty queens to compete in India
Two sisters were crowned as winners in the Miss Bright Future pageant this year. The pretty Thia Nkwe was crowned for the Petite category, while her older sister Anke Lelentle Lentswe was crowned the queen for the Pre-Teen category. Miss Bright Future has grown bigger and better this year, and two sister queens were crowned this past weekend for the two categories, Petite category and Pre-Teen. The petite category included seven contestants aged seven to nine years old while for the pre-teen category it was 10 to 12 years old. The 15 beautiful contestants walked the tall on that lovely stage with their little chests out and heads held high competing for the crown of this year. The crowd was exuberant, as they cheered the contestants walking the ramp with trash attire, which was aimed at promoting recycling of waste. Various designers made lovely outfits out of trash that the queens of the day rocked as they competed for the crown. Founder of the pageant, Makgarebe Nthoiwa noted that this year’s pageant has grown, and she appreciates the support from the public. She further said that this year, the pageant was focused on sustainable development goals as a way of encouraging the young ones to learn about these issues from a young age. “The contestants were requested to work on projects pertaining to these goals. Each contestant was to choose her favourite SDG and state why they would like to implement it,” she said. The winners will represent Botswana in an international pageant to be held in India from the 11th to the 14th of July.