The first Mexican to win that contest met at the National Palace with Andrés Manuel López Obrador
Beauty goes to the background when it comes to helping, said the Mexican and undisputed winner of Miss World Vanessa Ponce de León when meeting with the president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador at the National Palace, where the model takes her on relevant issues and He expressed to the president his desire to help the country.
In this regard, the president of Mexico recognized the initiative that Miss World presented him, a title that he won last December and according to a video broadcast by Morena Noticias, his government is not fighting with beauty.
Very happy, the president of Mexico assured that Vanessa’s project, called Na Vili, which is focused on helping Mixtec children, is “extraordinary”, for which he promised to give her his support. In addition, he referred to the 25-year-old as "a combination of beauty and social dimension."
I share with you the meeting with Vanessa Ponce de León, a Mexican who won the Miss World beauty pageant, which also includes the social work carried out for the benefit of the community. Https://t.co/PoSuNA2ZX0 pic.twitter.com/d3u2W1vQB5
– Andrés Manuel (@lopezobrador_) January 7, 2019
The president, neither slow nor lazy, published the photo of the meeting with Miss World on his Twiiter account.
"I share with you the meeting with Vanessa Ponce de León, a Mexican who won the Miss World beauty pageant, which also includes the social work carried out for the benefit of the community."
In this regard, Vanessa pointed out that any of the gifts that a person has are of no use, if they are not put at the service of others.
“I am very committed to Mexico. I left with an incredible project that aims to support indigenous children. So here we are to help create real change in the country because we really want no child to be left without studying, "he said.
In addition, he explained that his interest in helping that sector of the population is that it is a ghost population that lacks papers, which makes it very difficult for them to live.
“They cannot go to doctors, study, legal assistance, there are no correct employment contracts, they do not have rights in themselves. I like to fight from my trench and give my best, "said the young woman from Guanajuato, who attended such an important meeting dressed in a beautiful white dress.
At the same time, she noted that she and the women who participate in contests such as Miss World struggle every day to sell the stereotypes that surround them, which is why she considered it very important that this type of pageant be seen with different eyes.
He assured that today women are more empowered than ever and convinced that they can achieve anything, "I am proof of that." He noted that it is only about daring to dream and fight for goals.