#Repost: Rolene Strauss , Heroes On The Frontline

Rolene Strauss (born 22 April 1992) is a South African doctor and beauty queen who won Miss South Africa 2014 and was later crowned Miss World 2014. 

She is the third South African woman to be crowned Miss World, after Penelope Anne Coelen in 1958 and Anneline Kriel in 1974.

Strauss is currently the chairperson of the non-profit organization The Strauss Foundation.

Strauss was a medical student at the University of the Free State. She was born in Volksrust, South Africa, to Theresa, a nurse, and Hennie Strauss, a doctor. She is a test tube baby. In her own words "I’m a test tube baby and I believe my passion for health was born with me".
#Repost: Rolene Strauss , Heroes On The Frontline
#Repost: Rolene Strauss , Heroes On The Frontline
Strauss became engaged to D'Niel Strauss (no relation) in December 2014. They were later married on 6 February 2016, at the Laurent Wedding venue in Somerset West. The couple welcomed their first child, a son in January 2017.

In February 2020, she gave birth to her second son.


Strauss won her first title at age 15, when she won the Elite Model Look South Africa competition in 2007. Strauss later placed in the top 5 of Miss South Africa 2011, where Melinda Bam became the winner.[8] She returned three years later to compete, representing Bloemfontein and was crowned Miss South Africa 2014.

As Miss South Africa 2014, Strauss was expected to compete at both Miss Universe 2014 and Miss World 2014. Strauss competed in the Miss World 2014 contest in London, United Kingdom and was crowned Miss World 2014. Because of this, she could not compete at Miss Universe 2014. Ziphozakhe Zokufa, her first runner-up, stepped in as Miss South Africa 2014 and represented the country at the Miss Universe 2014 competition.
#Repost: Rolene Strauss , Heroes On The Frontline

After being crowned Miss World 2014 , Strauss began her responsibilities as Miss World and has since travelled to Hong Kong, China, Indonesia, India, Philippines, Brazil, Sri Lanka, Mexico, Kenya, Jamaica, Cameroon, United Kingdom, the United States amongst other countries to fulfil her various obligations in the role. Strauss was invited as a judge in Miss World 2018, becoming the first and so far the only Miss World from the 2010s to become a judge in a Miss World finals.

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