Sunday, January 17, 2021

Germany Miss Universe 2019 Speak About Her Trinidad Roots

Ever since it was discovered that Miriam Rautert, who won the pageantry Miss Universe Germany 2019 is of Trinidadian descent, a lot of Trinidadians have started asking a lot of questions.
She was revealed out of the blue and no one seems to know a thing about her, luckily we do.
Rautert is a 23 year old and is a German citizen who lives as full time model. She went to college and holds a degree in journalism and corporate communication although for now she doesn’t use it as she has set her sights on the beauty industry.
While being interviewed by The Express, she talked about her family tree and her Trinidadian roots.
Although her father is German, her mother is from Sangre Grande and she loves both sides of her family. Rautert told the Express that her parents met in Germany, while her mother was living there.

Rautert is proud of her Trinidadian origins and is also happy with the support she’s gotten from her Trinidadian compatriots as she always wanted to compete Miss Universe stage.
Rautert is not an only child as she has an older sister. Surprisingly most of her family members stay in Trinidad.
Although Rautert looks like a supermodel, she’s actually quite down to earth in personality. She’s just a normal girl who loves good food, travel and exercise. Rautert loves both Berlin and Trinida.

She speaks German and English fluently a and a bit of proficiency in the violin and piano. She has revealed that she can’t sing though as she said “I am not a good singer at all. My friends and family are always annoyed when I start singing.” Although she can’t sing, she has other talents and interests and has decided to pursue them like writing and modeling.
Rautert’s goal is to make the modeling industry more open to petite girls, as most agencies only cater for girls who are tall. Rautert who is 5’5 tall found it difficult finding an agency who would take her. She even struggled to compete while in the industry because of her height. It is her dream that girls who don’t have the height can still take part in the industry. To make this dream a reality Rautert launched a campaign #heightisnotanissue to enlighten the public as well as stakeholders in the modeling industry. She also has plans to open an Model academy to teach young girls how to model and make them prepared to become good better models in the future.
Rautert  has stated on multiple occasions that she’s in love with her Trinidad, her mother’s land. She loves the beaches, the weather and the food of which her favorite dish is bake and shark.
Rautert is a person that has followed her dreams and admires a person who does the same without listening to naysayers. She also cherishes honesty.
Finally, Miriam Rautert has a  message to her fans especially those from Trinidad, she says “Hey to all my Trinidadian and Caribbean supporters. I really appreciate every one of you and I am super proud to be half Trini. Do what makes you happy, catch your dreams and enjoy every day of your life. We all have that one life, so let’s make the best of it. Thank you,”

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