Miss International Queen Lars Pacheco concludes in Top 6

Here we are going to give the details about the Miss International Queen as recently the winner has been announced and the public is very pleased with the result of it. Everyone is going through the internet to know more about it but some people also looking for Lars Pacheco as she has done an amazing job in the competition. So, for our readers, we have brought the information about the Miss International Queen. Not only that we are also going to give the details about Lars Pacheco as the public is searching about her over the internet. So, keep reading through the article to know more.

Miss International Queen Lars Pacheco

Miss International Queen Lars Pacheco

Lars Pacheco, best known for her time on Showtime’s “Miss Q&A” pageant, finished her quest as Miss International Queen 2023 in the Top 6 on Saturday, June 24 in Thailand. Fuschia Anne Ravena of the Philippines lost the competition against Solange Dekker of the Netherlands. Qatrisha Zairyah Kamsir of Singapore took second place, followed by Melony Munro of the United States. The other members of the top six, in addition to Pacheco from the Philippines, are from Thailand and Mexico.

During the question-and-answer session, Pacheco talked about the difficulties the current generation is facing and what she would like to say to them to address the issue. “I believe that pressure is the issue that today’s youth are dealing with. Even if we are not young, I think we experience pressure in life. We must overcome our obstacles, she replied. “However, I believe that the most important thing I could convey to everyone is that no matter what difficulties you face, you must persevere. Never let anything or anyone prevent you from pursuing your life’s aims and objectives. Because, in my opinion, life always moves on in the end, no matter how intense the pressure is, she continued.

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Pacheco participated in the first round of the “Miss Q&A” pageant, which was shown in the ABS-CBN noontime program “It’s Showtime” in 2018. Pachecho joined the Miss International Queen competition hoping to give the Philippines a back-to-back victory after Fuschia Anne Ravena won the title the previous year. After Trixie Maristela (2015) and Kevin Balot (2012), Ravena is the third Filipina to win the competition, which is regarded as the top beauty pageant in the world for transgender women. She was born in Manila, Philippines, on May 19, 1994. She was born into a working-class Christian household amid poverty. Her father owns a shop and runs a business. Her mother works as a homemaker. To manage the home and shop, her father had to work very hard.

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