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Miss Creole des Iles International and princesses hold talks with culture minister

Miss Creole des Iles International and princesses hold talks with culture minister ( The newly-crowned Miss Creole des Iles Debbie Horsman and her two princesses, Marie-Antoinette Robert and Emma Desnousse, paid a courtesy call on the Seychelles Minister for Tourism and Culture, Alain St.Ange, this week.

Miss Horsman and her two princesses were accompanied by Terry Carolla, organizer of the pageant Miss Creole des Iles.

Present at the meeting held at the Ministry of Tourism and Culture offices at ESPACE building was the Principal Secretary for Culture Benjamine Rose.

Minister St.Ange congratulated the three ladies and called on them to join in the promotion of the Creole culture and to be proud ambassadors of the country’s unique culture.

The newly-crowned Miss Creole des Iles is now working on her project to promote the traditional dances of Seychelles.

The minister said it is important for everyone in Seychelles to put the country’s culture forward and that as a nation the people should be proud of their rich cultural background.

The three ladies were crowned on October 10 at the International Conference Centre in Victoria in the presence of the Minister for Tourism and Culture, Alain St.Ange, and other guests.

During the meeting, Miss Horsman briefed the minister and Miss Rose on her project of promoting the traditional dances and the culture of Seychelles.

Minister St.Ange saluted the Creole beauty queen for this initiative and reassured her of the Ministry of Tourism and Culture’s support towards her project.

Miss Horsman is expected to be visiting schools soon to give presentations on the importance of culture in the country’s development and the need to be proud of this.

The Miss Creole Des Iles International beauty pageant is aiming to become a platform to promote the Creole culture in all aspects such as dance, food, and folklore as well as cultural-tourism in the different Creole-speaking countries. The beauty pageant aims to revive the former “Miss Kreol” pageant, which was initiated in 1994.

This beauty pageant is set to become an international pageant next year, whereby each Creole-speaking country will organize their Miss Creole pageant on a national level with the winners meeting in Seychelles for the grand final of Miss Creole des Iles International.


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