Breaking

Megan Young Homecoming and Victory Parade Set on October 11

Megan Young, the first Miss World winner from the Philippines, will get a hero's welcome on October 11 via a homecoming "ticker tape" parade in the afternoon at the Ayala Avenue in Makati City.

Photo: Miss World Philippines Facebook Page

Photo: Miss World Philippines Facebook Page

Malacanang congratulated Megan Young for winning Miss World 2013, a day after her victory, via a statement:

“Our administration is especially proud of Ms. Young’s achievement, since it affirms not only her beauty and talent, but also her constant effort to be an engaged citizen of the country, even serving as one of our National Peace Ambassadors,” Presidential Communications Development and Strategic Planning Office Secretary Ricky Carandang in a statement said.

“Over the course of the competition, Ms. Young displayed to the world the beauty, the grace, and the compassionate spirit of the Filipina, and has become a source of great pride and inspiration for the Filipino people,” Carandang added.

Leyte Representative Ferdinand Martin Romualdez on Monday, September 30, filed a resolution seeking to honor Young for being the first Filipina to be crowned Miss World in the beauty pageant’s 63 years history:

“Now therefore, be it resolved as it is hereby resolved that the House of Representatives give commendation and honor to the newly crowned and the country’s first-ever Miss World’ titlist after sixty-three years, to Miss Megan Lynne Young.”

Part of the resolution is a homecoming “ticker tape” parade that has been scheduled for Young this Friday afternoon, October 11, and it will be held on Ayala Avenue in the business district of Makati City.

Miss World Philippines director Cory Quirino mentioned in an interview that the victory motorcade being prepared to honor Young will be similar to the ones accorded to Gloria Diaz in 1969 when the latter became the first Filipina to bag the Miss Universe crown; and Gemma Cruz in 1964 when she became the first Filipina to win Miss International.

The 23-year-old host/actress was named the first Miss World title holder from the Philippines during the pageant’s 63rd final night in Bali, Indonesia on September 28, beating 126 candidates from all over the world.

2 Comments on Megan Young Homecoming and Victory Parade Set on October 11

  1. .actually deserving sya nah maging miss world kasi she the girl who made beauty and brain..im sovery proud of you…!!!!GOD BLESS

  2. SUNSHINE AGUINALDO // October 8, 2013 at 12:58 am //

    THIS WILL BE A MEANINGFUL AND AMAZING EVENT IN MAKATI CITY, THIS FRIDAY.
    IT IS OF GREAT HONOR AND PRIDE,
    TO FEEL THAT A FILIPINA IS ON THE TOP OF THE WORLD….
    GOD BLESS THE PHILIPPINES AND GOD BLESS TO THE NEW MISS WORLD 2013 …
    MEGAN YOUNG …

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.




Shares