Miss Bolivia Universe stripped of title after falling pregnant
Miss Bolivia Universe is stripped of her title for ‘breach of contract’ after revealing she has fallen pregnant
- Joyce Prado had her title taken from her by event organisers Promotions Gloria
- The 22-year-old did not care and posted a picture of her with a baby’s top online
- Prado also revealed she is set to marry Paraguayan model Rodrigo Giménez
A beauty queen has been stripped of her title for a ‘breach of contract’ after she revealed she was pregnant.
Joyce Prado, 22, who won Miss Bolivia Universe last year, was dethroned after it emerged she was two months pregnant.
She confirmed rumours her and partner Rodrigo Giménez – a Paraguayan model – would be having a baby and getting married soon.
Joyce Prado walks on stage in costume at Miss Universe in Thailand last year (left) and returns for the swimsuit contest wearing a Bolivia sash (right)
The beauty model has been stripped of her crown following revelations she was two months pregnant
She confirmed rumours her and partner Rodrigo Giménez – a Paraguayan model – would be having a baby and getting married soon
She told local media: ‘Yes, we are going to have a baby, we have the support of our families, we are both happy, I love Rodrigo and this news has brought us closer together.’
‘We do not have a wedding date, but hopefully it will be soon, we will take it easy we have the support of our families.’
Prado represented Bolivia at Miss Universe 2018 in Thailand but failed to make the semi finals.
She became Miss Bolivia last year and won Miss Tourism Bolivia in 2015.
Promotions Gloria, the modelling agency which has produced Miss Bolivia since 1985, is known for mixing beauty with politics.
It said in a statement: ‘The reasons [for Prado being stripped of her title] are strictly related to the breach of contract, leaving on record that we maintain cordial relations in a field of mutual understanding, safeguarding the confidentiality clause.’
But Prado did not seemed phased by the news as she posed on Instagram holding a top she bought for her son.
She wrote: ‘The miracle of life is indescribable, especially when it comes to the arrival of a new member of the family.
Prado poses on Instagram for her 28,000 followers holding a babygrow next to Giménez
She wrote next to the post: ‘The miracle of life is indescribable, especially when it comes to the arrival of a new member of the family’
‘Becoming a father or mother may be the most important challenge that comes our way in life, but just as it can be difficult, it can also be the most rewarding thing in the world.
‘I want to share with you that I am the happiest woman in the world because my life is full of love, because together with the man of my dreams we are beginning to live the most beautiful stage of our lives.
‘Since I knew that I will become a mother, I can not stop imagining how I will look with my baby in my arms, never imagine feeling such a great emotion just knowing that from within me there is a seed that grows every day and the only thing that I ask God to be born safe and sound that his [email protected] I will take care of protecting him and training him all the love we have to give him.’
Prado smiles during rehearsals for the 2018 Miss Universe competition at the Impact Arena in Bangkok on December 16
In 2010, a British born Miss Bolivia Universe became President Evo Morales’s right hand woman.
Jessica Anne Jordan Burton, who was born in Bath, Somerset, returned to Bolivia when she was a child and took part in Miss Universe in 2006.
But she said she always had an interest in politics and became development chief for the border province of Beni – pitting the then 26-year-old up against drug traffickers.
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