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Miss Mexico Vanessa Ponce de Leon wins Miss World 2018 crown

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Rappler :And we finally have a new Miss World, the winner of the pageant for the year 2018 and she is Miss Mexico Vanessa Ponce de Leon.The beautiful lady from Mexico won the title of Miss World from among 118 contestants from countries all over the world.Miss World 2017 Manushi Chhillar crowned her successor Vanessa Ponce de Leon and it was a touching and happy moment to witness.Being a Miss World doesn't just require a person to be beautiful, but also exceptionally smart and a good human being. Miss World 2018 Vanessa Ponce de Leon won the crown with her amazing answer to the final question.A visibly relaxed Vanessa Ponce had an amazing and heartwarming answer to give to that question, which won over the hearts of all the judges as well as voters. Check it out:"I would use my position just as I have been doing for the past three years - being an example. We all can be an example of good in the world.We all have o care, we all have to love, we all have to be kind. It doesn't cost a thing and helping is not that hard. You just have to go out there and there will always be someone who needs what you have to offer. So, help anyone you can."Well, our heartiest congratulations to Miss World 2018 Vanessa Ponce de Leon.

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