Sylvie Tellier officially leaves Miss France organization

After 17 years, former Miss France Sylvie Tellier has officially announced her departure from the Miss France organization.

The 44-year-old took to social media on Wednesday, August 31 to make a public statement on her decision to leave, which was made "with a lot of emotion because you don't leave a company after 17 years without memories in your head."

Sylvie then went to the show "Touche Pas à Mon Poste" (TPMP) to talk more about it. She said, " I felt that I had nothing more to contribute, I lived the best years" then admitted having wanted shares of the company she worked for nearly 20 years, and if it had become her company, she might have stayed.

Before becoming a known TV personality and businesswoman, Sylvie was crowned Miss France 2002 and went on to represent her country at Miss Universe 2002 in Puerto Rico. She joined Miss France Committee in 2005 as the head of external relations then she was appointed as its national director in 2007 replacing Geneviève de Fontenay.

Miss France 2005, Cindy Fabre, will now join the organization as her replacement alongside President and CEO Alexia Laroche-Joubert.

"We sincerely thank her for all these years that will remain in the history of the competition. We wish her much happiness for her future adventures," said an official statement posted on Miss France's official social media accounts.

Photos: Miss France

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