Manushi Chillar, the winner of the Miss World 2017 pageant is the sixth Indian woman to win the Miss World pageant. She represented state Haryana in Femina Miss India pageant and after winning the title made India proud on the world platform. The beautiful girl of 21 years turns head of people wherever she goes. From nailing the airport look to look gorgeous at various events, Manushi knows how to impress everyone around.
The gorgeous diva is currently on 'Beauty With Purpose' tour project on Menstrual hygiene and travelling around the world for the same. Recently, Manushi took a break from the tour and explored London. The pictures of her London break will gasp you for breath.
The girl not only seen enjoying in the city but also spotted at BBC office giving an interview. Her look for the interview was perfect as always.
In another picture, Manushi can be seen in Zara Umrigar creation which was a shimmering spaghetti strapped gown. The thigh-high slit of the gown made her look more gorgeous. She completed the look with a black choker.
During her London trip, Manushi also visited Birmingham and surprised the contestants of Miss England 2018. She captured in the camera with the contestants. Miss World 2017 also met with the second runner-up of Miss World 2017.
She shared a picture of both of them with the caption:
"When we surprised the Miss England contestants! On our way to Liverpool, we stopped at Birmingham to meet everyone as the girls had just completed their sports challenge. And looking at their reaction when I stepped in, I know that we were successful in surprising them! What a lovely batch."
She chose Anita Dongre's collection for this visit. It was a grey spaghetti strapped dress. Manushi was looking gorgeous like always in this dress.
Manushi presented creating awareness on menstrual hygiene as her social project at the Miss World contest, which helped her won the title of Miss World. On getting inspired to choose this issue for her Miss World project, she said, “I studied in Haryana to see the other side of life as a medical student, and got to know how women didn’t have enough money to buy sanitary pads and would often use old rags or a piece of cloth during periods.”
She also explained her experience of interacting with people about the issue, “We had many discussions with not only women, but with families and told them the benefits of using pads and maintaining their health and hygiene. For the first time, we gave sanitary pads for free, and most women were satisfied and delighted after using it.”