The president and producer of the company Miss France, Alexia Laroche-Joubert, confided on a funny anecdote that she committed the day before the election of Diane Leyre in the columns of the Parisian.
Just named Miss France 2022, Diane Leyre has necessarily been in great demand by the various national media. At just 24 years old, the candidate from the Île-de-France region puts on her pretty crown like a charm. This supporter of Paris-Saint-Germain, who put the Paris region back at the center of the Miss France card after almost a quarter of a century without coronation, gave herself up in the columns of the newspaper The Parisian in its edition of this Monday, December 13.
The young property developer, who will have to put her activity on hold during the year of her reign, began by explaining the recipe for his great ease with journalists. Something that the eight million viewers who watched the final of the Miss contest were able to realize. She tells : “I did specialized studies at a business school in Madrid. I learned to speak in public there and answer tit for tat questions in English. And then, I lived abroad for four years. It gave me a certain maturity. And my father has a lot of oral fluency, I surely inherited that a little bit from him. “
Sylvie Tellier: “She has a perfect beauty to compete in Miss Universe”
In addition to having impressed the members of the jury this Saturday evening, Diane Leyre also dazzled the members of the organization of the election of Miss France. And in particular the famous producer and president, Alexia Laroche-Joubert. The latter even went so far as to say a very revealing slip on the eve of the election. “When I presented her to Elisabeth Moreno, the minister who came to see us on Friday morning, I did not call her Miss Île-de-France but France, a revealing slip. “ A bell shared by Sylvie Tellier: “She’s great. Diana isn’t scared, it’s remarkable. And she has a beauty that would be perfect to compete in Miss Universe “. In any case, that’s all we want him to.
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