Miss Qazaqstan 2022 is Tomiris Kakimova from Astana


Tomiris Kakimova was named Miss Qazaqstan 2022 (Miss Kazakhstan) in a glittering national competition held on Friday, November 18 at the Palace of the Republic in Almaty. She is expected to represent Kazakhstan at the 71st Miss World pageant.

The 24-year-old beauty from Astana holds a degree in international law from the Eurasian National University and a master's in law from the Kokshetau University. She has also worked as a model participating in various projects of famous designers and photographers, as well as Fashion Week events.

In addition, Tomiris has been passionate about dancing since childhood and has participated in various competitions, winning the grand prize in national dance.

This year's competition which was themed "Reincarnation New Era" was the 26th edition of the Miss Qazaqstan pageant. A total of 23 beauties took part in the final show where Miss Universe Qazaqstan 2022 Diana Tashimbetova and Miss Earth Qazaqstan 2022 Dilnaz Tilaeva were also crowned. They will be competing in Miss Universe 2022 and Miss Earth 2023, respectively.

Tomiris Zair was proclaimed Vice Miss Qazaqstan 2022 while Altyniya Gazizova bagged the Miss People Choice Qazaqstan 2022.

Kazakhstan has yet to win the Miss World pageant and the country's highest placement was Top 5 in 2000 with Margarita Kravtsova.

Meet the new Miss Qazaqstan:

Photos: Mis Qazaqstan

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