Question of the week No.1
from member of jury, Ing. Viktor Krča, the President of the competition:
Because you have become the Superfinalists of the Miss Princess of the World® 2019 competition, what does mean the word "Princess" for you and how do you imagine it in today's Modern Age?
TOP 8 SUPERFINALISTS of Miss Princess of the World® 2019:
Argentina - Estrella Celeste Bonifacio
Since I have become one of the Superfinalist of the Miss Princess of the World® 2019 competition the word "Princess" means a lot to me:
First of all, it represents the personal satisfaction of have been chosen between other excellent candidates and it is a door which opens to a world full of opportunities where I can get to meet new people and cultures and I can show my country. Also, it helps me grow in my career and personal life, taking with me a unique experience.
Secondly, there is also the awareness of the responsibility that comes with this title: representing my country, my culture, my name and the contest also in the best way.
Finally, in the actual world I see a Princess as a woman who owns an honourable title through which people in the world can get to know her and the county she represents by carrying its flag and creating new bonds. A Princess represents her country and has the possibility to make it known from economic, social and cultural points of views.
Australia - Riley Ellan Aston
A Princess to me is a role model for society and an ambassador for her country and culture. In the modern world, a Princess is kind, accepting and generous with her knowledge, talents and time, and she welcomes all people from near and far to her home with open arms, an open mind, and an open heart.
Brazil - Ana Beatriz Oliveira da Silva
The Princess is a unique figure, an heiress of the crown, synonymous with beauty, kindness and grace, as a mirror to other women.
Nowadays, the princess continues to be an example, but as a strong, independent, struggling woman, for today they have become advanced and technological women as well as time.
The princesses of the modern age conquer and carry their own crown and fight and run after their own dreams, breaking paradigms that were passed on to us as children, where we were accustomed to seeing beautiful princesses of fairy tales, with fictitious and unreachable stories.
Today the princess is real, dynamic and sure of herself, who is not intimidated before the world nor the challenges of life.
Czech Republic - Adéla Kašpaříková
When I have became the new Miss Princess of the World Czech Republic I got the opportunity to visit many events. When I was in Prague this year for one event I wore the gown and I also had the crown on my head. A little girl came to me with her parents, I think she was about 5 years old, so she probably knew nothing about some kind of beauty pageants. She was looking at me for some time and then she asked her mum: “Could I please have a photo with this princess mommy?”
It was so nice and powerful moment for me to see this girl was so happy for having the photo with me. And thanks to her, that was the time when I realized what the word actually means for me. It is not only about being well-dressed and representative all the time. Being beautiful with a heart for every single moment in your life, inspire people, be in the personal contact with them, share the positive energy, see their smiles and make them at least as happy as the girl was - this is what the word “Princess” means for me now.
Guyana - Jasoda Ramlagan
Growing up every girl’s dream is to be a princess. But I believe all girls are princesses even if they aren't pretty or smart or they are poor. A princess may wear pretty dresses and be all glammed up but a true princess is one with a kind heart and good soul that’s all that matters, what comes from within matters the most.
Portugal - Priscila Silva Alves
A Princess has to be intelligent, powerfull and she need to have natural charm and elegance.
In today’s Modern Age I believe she has to be good on communication skills, so that she can express herself in a positive and clear manner - speaking to people or in writing.
Slovakia - Barbora Fakundinyová
In my opinion, to be a princess means elegance, feminity, magnificence, kindness and sensitivity. When I was a child, I was playing I´m princess. In this contest I became my dreams true.
Ukraine - Kateryna Kachashvili
In my opinion, the Princess is a young girl, very beautiful not only externally but also spiritually, with a rich inner world, noble, kind, with a refined taste.Therefore, all girls want to be princesses from early childhood, and all men want to see a princess next to them.
SUBSTITUTES of Miss Princess of the World® 2019:
Estonia - Viktoria Skljarova
I believe that “Princess” is a modern life Role Model. It is a figure, that every other lady would like to take an example from. It is a combination of grace, elegancy, manners and self-esteem.
Malta - Bernadette Bajada
Every little girl dreams of one day becoming a Princess and every little girl is seen as a Princess in her parents eyes. It is up to her own determination and hard work to turn this dream into reality. Some succeed, some don't. But a true Princess is not defined by her nobility but by her strong will, her determined character and her loving attitude. A true Princess has to be someone who inspires others, especially women, who would want to follow on her footsteps. Unfortunately in today's super busy and hectic modern age lifestyle one often gets lost in futile and material things and looses track of true valuable principles, of true love and respect. So a true modern age Princess should always be that someone who make people realize the real important things in life, the real definition of love. A true Princess does not try to beat her competitors but she knows that she is her own competition by always winning her fears and her downfalls and is ready to wear her invisible crown at all times! In fact a saying which has a very strong meaning for me in today's life is: "Girls compete with each other...Princesses empower one another!"