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Rodelyn Daguplo Mrs Timeless Beauty Ambassador of Earth 2019


Rodelyn Daguplo Mrs Timeless Beauty Ambassador of Earth 2019, Photo by Behind The Lens Photography

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine would like to welcome amazing Queen Rodelyn Daguplo Mrs Timeless Beauty Ambassador of Earth 2019.


Full Name: Rodelyn Daguplo

Title/Year: Mrs Timeless Beauty Ambassador of Earth 2019.

Mrs International Asian Mum of the Year Mindanao, Philippines 2019.

2nd Runner up Philippine Fiesta of Victoria Inc. Queen and Charity 2018.

Pageant System: International Mrs. Asian Mum of the Year, Asia Pacific Beauty Fashion and Friendship Festival 2019 held Singapore.

Face Australia Promotions and Pageantry

Philippine Fiesta of Victoria Inc. Queen and Charity 2018

Age: 35 years

Zodiac Sign: Libra

Hobbies: modelling, reading, health and fitness, yoga, watching movies, shopping, attending

charity events and travelling.

Platform: To empower and be an advocate to women and children worldwide who are victims

and survivors of domestic violence and to be an advocate for the rights of the elderly and people with disability.

Years completed: 2018 and 2019.

Countries visited: Singapore, Malaysia and Philippines

Likes: Positive minded people, charity, multiculturalism, being a mother, helping others, going

out but also staying in, relaxing and socializing with friends and love ones.

Dislikes: Negative attitudes, arrogance, abuse and violence, horror movies, spicy food.

Status: Separated.

World Class Beauty Queens: Please tell us about yourself.

I was born in Margosatubig Zamboanga del Sur, Philippines. I'm the eldest of 5 children. My mother died when I was 20 so I became the breadwinner of my 4 siblings. I worked 3 jobs to be able to support my siblings financially until the 4 of them completed their university degrees. I married at the age of 23 and have 2 beautiful children aged 5 and 3 who are my biggest inspiration in life. My marriage ended after 12 years due to domestic violence. I finished a degree in Bachelor of Education major in Early Childhood Education in Western Mindanao State University in Zamboanga City, Philippines. I received the Dean list Academic Award, Leadership and Service Award and a Demonstrator in Student Teaching Award. I am a registered teacher in the Philippines. I graduated a Caregiver course in St. Augustine School of Nursing in Zamboanga City, Philippines. I completed my Cert IV in Disability and have a Diploma in Disability from TMG College Australia. I'm currently employed fulltime as an Assistant Nurse in a aged care facility. I also casually work as a Disability Developmental Support Officer and an Early Childhood Teacher.

World Class Beauty Queens: What does women empowerment means to you?

From my perspective, women empowerment can be anything which empowers women to be a good role model, to lead by example and be an inspiration to others so that we can accomplish our goals despite the challenges we encounter in our daily lives.

World Class Beauty Queens: Tell us about your pageant history.

It was always my childhood dream to become a beauty queen. I found myself watching the Ms

Universe Pageant and attending local beauty pageants competitions. When I migrated to

Australia, I was invited on several occasions to join the Mrs Beauty and Charity Pageant.

However, I wasn’t able to commit at the time. In 2018, a friend who was a committee member of the Mrs Beauty and Charity Pageant asked me to be a contestant, so I joined the Philippine Fiesta of Victoria Inc. Queen and Charity 2018. I felt this was a perfect tool to help raise funds for the constructions of the Philippine Community Building in Melbourne Australia. I felt privileged to be able to raise funds for the Filipino community. It was hard work raising money, but I really enjoyed the experience knowing I was part of the charity and able to give back to the Filipino community. I was delighted to be chosen by Face Australia Promotion and Pageantry to represent my hometown Mindanao, Philippines to compete in the International Mrs. Asian Mum of the Year in the Asia Pacific Beauty Fashion and Friendship Festival 2019 held Singapore.

World Class Beauty Queens: What inspired you to do your first pageant?

My biggest inspiration was the women who are victims and survivors of domestic violence.

Joining the beauty pageant helped me gain back my self-confidence after a failed marriage and I've learnt to value myself again. My other inspiration is my daughter. Being a good role model to her is imperative and I hope she is inspired to follow my footsteps and become a confident woman and to follow her dreams and aspirations.


World Class Beauty Queens: Why did you choose to compete your current title?

The Singapore experience was a fantastic platform to empower and be an advocate to children and mothers worldwide who are victims and survivors of domestic violence. From a personal perspective, the opportunity to compete at an international event was something i simply couldn't refuse. I felt incredibly honored to represent Mindanao and the Filipino people.

World Class Beauty Queens: To those unfamiliar with your pageant systems please tell us

what is it about?

Philippine Fiesta of Victoria Queen and Charity 2018 is a Filipino Organization in Melbourne

Australia. The primary goal was to help raise funds to erect the Philippine Community Building.

This building has brought together the Filipino community for generations to come.

International Asian Mum of the Year 2019 in the Asia Pacific Beauty Fashion and Friendship

Festival 2019 held in Singapore. The pageant was aimed at Asian mums located around the

world who were inspired to help the pageant kids during their competition. The competition

also highlighted the beauty in mothers.

World Class Beauty Queens: What are you being judged on during the competitions?

Philippine Fiesta Queen and Charity. - The contestants were judged on funds raised and

standard beauty pageant criteria.

International Mrs Asian Mum of the Year 2019 - The judges and sponsor choose the winner

based on how the contestants cared for the pageant kids, presented our self, beauty, national

costumes, catwalk, BBQ challenge, and sports.

World Class Beauty Queens: Tell us about your experience during the competitions.

Philippine Fiesta Queen and Charity 2018. This was my first beauty competition. Although

nervous, the experience gave me confidence at a time when i was struggling to feel good about myself. I was able to build friendships with the other contestant which I have cherished.

International Mrs. Asian Mum of the Year 2019. The experience was amazing and full of fond

memories. The competition along with the added responsibility of looking after the pageant

children was challenging and rewarding. The children enthusiasm for the pageant reminded me of my youth. This competition was a wonderful opportunity to meet mothers of different

cultures and make new acquaintances.

World Class Beauty Queens: Tell us about your platform or what cause do you volunteer for?

My platform is to empower and be an advocate to children and women who are survivors and

victims of domestic violence. I myself am a survivor of domestic violence. I know what it feels

like to be mentally and physically abused. Both me and my children suffered trauma. This platform has given me the means to educate women that they have right to be treated with

respect and dignity and to fight the fight.

World Class Beauty Queens: What appearances have you done with your title?

I was one of the model of the Face Australia Flores De Mayo Queen, modelling the Philippine

National Costume. I participated a few charity events in Melbourne Australia.

World Class Beauty Queens: What are some of your achievements?

I finished a degree in Bachelor of Education major in Early Childhood Education in Western

Mindanao State University in Zamboanga City, Philippines. I received the Dean list Academic

Award, Leadership and Service Award and a Demonstrator in Student Teaching Award. I am a registered teacher in the Philippines. I graduated a Caregiver course in St. Augustine School of Nursing in Zamboanga City, Philippines. I completed my Cert IV in Disability and have a Diploma in Disability from TMG College Australia.

World Class Beauty Queens: What is your stage strategy to win the judges over?

Being confident, honest, be true to myself. Winning isn't everything. My platform is more

important to me personally.

World Class Beauty Queens: What makes you stand out from all those other beautiful girls?

Being confident and believing myself that I am a deserving winner. I always work hard and

always prepared myself. I always give my 100%.

World Class Beauty Queens: Tell us about the moment your name was called out as the

winner?

I did not win the main title but I am happy and contented with my achievements as I know in my heart I had given my 100%. In my charity pageant we are all winners.

World Class Beauty Queens: What does it mean to you to be a Beauty Queen?

It is an honour to be a Beauty Queen, but being a Beauty Queen lies a big responsibility. I need to be a good role model to younger generations and to inspire women.

World Class Beauty Queens: How competing in pageant did helped your life?

Joining the pageant saved my life. I joined the pageant when I am so down in my life. I was going through lots of pain due to domestic violence and separation from my ex-husband. Joining the pageant diverted my attention from that current situation I was going through. I used my pain and my bad experienced as an inspiration to get up and put myself back together and do something for me. I gain my self-confidence back, my self-worth and I found some true friends.

World Class Beauty Queens: How did pageants helped your self-esteem and body image?

The Pageant helped understand we are all beautiful in our own way. The pageant helped me

shine and bring out my confidence again. Furthermore, the competitions gave me a sense of

belonging because it was a dream to be involved from a young age.

World Class Beauty Queens: You are an inspirations to all girls out there. How does it feel?

It is an honour to be part of the Beauty Queen family and it feels amazing that in my own way I have helped inspire the youth. I know how the Beauty Queens work hard to get their crowns. I feel empowered as a woman.

World Class Beauty Queens: What are your tips for learning better on pageants walk?

I started not knowing how to walk on my pageant heels. Thanks to my pageant coach Andrea

Smith from Andrea House of Beauty for teaching me walk in heels with confident and poise. She taught me techniques on how to walk like a beauty queen.

World Class Beauty Queens: What are your tips for choosing right pageant dress?

Choose the dress that you’re most comfortable wearing. Body language is highlighted on stage so if you're uncomfortable, it will show. It’s how you carry the gown that makes you look most beautiful.

World Class Beauty Queens: What are your tips for winning interview?

Repeat the question asked by the host or judge.Be calm and confident and prepared. Finally, be direct and straight to the point.

World Class Beauty Queens: How did you prepare for your competitions?

Balanced diet, gym, yoga, pageant walk practice and emotionally prepared.

World Class Beauty Queens: What is one mistake that you’re done doing competing you wish

you could redo and fix it?

Previously when the Q&A portion came around, I wished I'd answered straight to the point. My answer was too long.

World Class Beauty Queens: What other mistakes are made by girls during the contest? Over confidence and showing off. Under prepared, lack training and under confident.

World Class Beauty Queens: Any modelling and Acting experience?

Yes, I did modelling in Face Australia during the Flores De Mayo Queen 2019.

World Class Beauty Queens: What are your plans for 2019 as a Queen?

My plan is to continue to support women and children who are victims and survivors of domestic violence. I helped them by providing emergency accommodations and referrals to the right agencies. I will continue my charity work to help unprivileged kids and continue to be an advocate for the right of the elderly and disabled.

World Class Beauty Queens: What kind of legacy do you want to leave behind?

Be a Beauty Queen with a Heart. I want others to continue my legacy to help with the needy

and empower women.

National Director: Choy Symes Face Australia Promotions and Pageantry.

Pagent website: faceaustralia@gmail.com

Photos: Behind The Lens Photography

Hair and Make Up: Rowena Ann Hansen World Class Beauty Queens Magazine would like to say thank you for this wonderful interview.

Rodelyn Daguplo Mrs Timeless Beauty Ambassador of Earth 2019, World Class Beauty Queens Magazine, Photos: Behind The Lens Photography

Interview by Derek Tokarzewski Owner/Editor in Chief Mr United Nations 2018 Platform: Women Empowerment Ambassador to International Foundation for Orphans iffocares.org

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