Chloé Mortaud

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Chloé Mortaud
Beauty pageant titleholder
Chloé Mortaud Deauville.jpg
Born Chloé Mortaud
(1989-09-19) September 19, 1989 (age 25)
Lisieux, France
Height 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)
Hair color Black
Eye color Brown
Title(s) Miss France 2009
Major
competition(s)
Miss France 2009
(Winner)
Miss Universe 2009
(Top 10)
Miss World 2009
(3rd Runner-Up)

Chloé Mortaud (September 19, 1989, born in Lisieux, Calvados) is a French beauty pageant contestant who won Miss France 2009. She represented the Albigeois-Midi-Pyrénées, a southwest region of France, and became the first winner of the Miss France beauty pageant to have dual citizenship, French and American. Mortaud received US citizenship through her mother, an African American who emigrated from Mississippi to France, and has a grandmother who lives in Los Angeles.[1][2] Her father is French.

Miss Universe 2009[edit]

Mortaud represented France at the Miss Universe 2009 pageant and finished in 6th place overall barely missing the top 5 by a mere one-fifth of a point (0.219) This pageant was won by Venezuelan Stefanía Fernández.

Miss World 2009[edit]

Mortaud became a finalist at Miss World 2009 (3rd runner-up) finals on December 12, 2009. She also placed 3rd runner up at the Miss World Beach Beauty competition and placed among the top 12 in the Miss World Top Model competition. Out of seven delegates who competed at Miss Universe 2009 and Miss World 2009, only Chloé and Miss South Africa Tatum Keshwar made the finals in both pageants.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "New Miss France is French-American". AFP. 7 December 2008. Retrieved 6 September 2012. 
  2. ^ "A French-American Miss for France". France Today. 8 December 2008. Retrieved 6 September 2012. 
Preceded by
Valérie Bègue/Laura Tanguy
Miss France
2009
Succeeded by
Malika Ménard