Our Miss South Africa has done it again. She represented SA at the Miss Universe pageant in Bangkok, Thailand. The stunning 24-year-old was crowned as the runner up to Miss Phillipines, Catriona Gray, 24. Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters, also former Miss South Africa, handed over the title of Miss Universe to Gray.
Tamaryn Green is from Paarl, Western Cape. She has a medical degree from the University of Cape Town. Green won the Miss South Africa pageant earlier this year and qualified to move onto the Miss Universe pageant, which took place this past Sunday.
After days of the contestants touring Bangkok, rehearsals and photo shoots for the pageant, it has come to an end. The show was hosted by TV host Steve Harvey and supermodel Ashley Graham. The competition has 93 contestants from around the world. The pageant also featured its first transgender contestant, Angela Ponce from Spain.
Green dazzled in a shimmering silver dress on the pageant night. When the winner was announced, Green congratulated Gray who is the fourth Miss Universe winner from her country. Tamaryn carried herself with poise and grace throughout the pageant, making South Africa proud to be represented by her.