Chloe Crowned 2019 Miss Junior of Australia
Ropes Crossing’s Chloe Zrebiec has been crowned the 2019 Miss Junior of Australia at the Miss of Australia Finals, which were held in Melbourne last month. The 14-year-old also came away with the Miss Social Impact and Miss Popularity titles in the junior division of the national competition.
Winning the title of Miss Junior of Australia, Chloe was awarded with a sash and crown as well as various gifts to go along with this. She will hold her title for the next 12 months, before returning to Melbourne next year to hand it over to the next recipient. In the next year, Chloe will attend several events as an ambassador to promote the Miss of Australia pageant and to spread the message of positivity to girls and women alike.
“My reaction when I heard that Chloe had won was that of surprise as well as just crying with joy. It was very emotional” said Keri Murphy-Douglas, Chloe’s mother, to the Jordan Springs Gazette.
“Chloe had an instant smile, as she was so excited that she was being crowned Miss Junior of Australia” she added.
Now that she has competed in her first pageant (with an amazing result to add!), Chloe’s next pageant will take place this month locally at St Mary’s Leagues Club.
“Chloe would like to thank everyone that has supported her through this experience. Without all their support, she would not be as successful as she is right now. We would especially like to mention and send a big thanks to Hung Pham, the National Director of the Miss of Australia Pageant for the wonderful opportunity.
“She is extremely grateful for the kind messages sent throughout her pageant journey that encouraged her whilst she put all of her efforts towards this. We are so proud of Chloe” Keri ended.