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Saudi Arabia will make its debut appearance in the Miss Universe pageant.

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Saudi Arabia is set to step onto the global stage of beauty and poise, announcing its debut participation in this year’s Miss Universe pageant.

The kingdom’s inaugural entry in the beauty contest marks a historic moment in the pageant’s legacy, promising to add a fresh dimension of cultural diversity and representation to the esteemed competition.

Rumy Alqahtani, a 27-year-old model and content creator from Riyadh, has been entrusted with the honor of representing Saudi Arabia at the Miss Universe 2024 pageant.

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Alqahtani took to social media to share her excitement and gratitude, saying she was deeply honored to have been chosen to represent her country at Miss Universe.

“I am honored to participate in the Miss Universe 2024 competition. This marks the first participation of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in the Miss Universe pageant,” Alqahtani posted on her Instagram account.

Iran is also set to make its inaugural appearance at the Miss Universe pageant this year, joining Saudi Arabia as another first-time participant in the competition.

In addition to her Miss Saudi Arabia title, Alqahtani boasts an impressive array of accolades including Miss Middle East (Saudi Arabia), Miss Arab World Peace 2021, and Miss Woman (Saudi Arabia).

With a bachelor’s degree in dentistry under her belt, she has represented Saudi Arabia on numerous international platforms, participating in esteemed pageants such as Miss Asia in Malaysia, Miss Arab Peace, and Miss Europe, showcasing her fluency in English, French, and Arabic.

Last year’s Miss Universe pageant broke barriers with the inclusion of two transgender contestants and plus-size model Jane Dipika from Nepal, marking the first time a plus-sized contestant reached the semi-finals.

Meanwhile, Sheynnis Palacios, who secured Nicaragua’s first-ever victory in the Miss Universe competition, won last year’s pageant.

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