Mrs. World 2023 is Julia Schnelle of Germany


Germany's Julia Schnelle was crowned Mrs. World 2023 on Sunday, January 21 at the Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino in Nevada.

The 38-year-old medical doctor hailing from Niestetal bested more than 30 other competitors to win the international title. She succeeds Mrs. World 2022 Sargam Koushal of India.

Solange Tuyishime Keita of Canada and Johanna Serna Correa of Colombia were announced as the first and second runners-up, respectively.

The Top 6 finalists were the representatives of America, Regina Stock, Malaysia, Vanishaa Rameas, and the United Kingdom, Leen Clive.

Completing the Top 17 were Mrs. American, Hannah Neeleman, Brazil, Cristiane Mersch, Ecuador, Lucia Mendieta, India, Chetna Josshi Tiwari, Ireland, Jessica Marie Hopper, Jamaica, Shoshana DeAnn, Korea, Jennifer Lloyd, Mauritius, Vimla Govinda Seenauth, South Africa, Palesa Matjekane, Sweden, Viktoria Nord, and the US Virgin Islands, Kelli Burns.

The new Mrs. World is an advocate for animal-assisted therapy. She volunteers for Island Dolphin Care, a Florida-based nonprofit organization dedicated to seeking life-changing solutions for children and families with special needs as well as veterans with PTSD.

Photos: Mrs. World, Julia Carolin / Instagram

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