|Miss World 1969
||22 November 1969
||Royal Albert Hall, London, UK
||Ceylon, Ghana, Italy, Kenya, Morocco, Peru, Thailand, and Uganda
||Czechoslovakia, Gambia, Iceland, Lebanon, and Paraguay
Miss World 1969, the 19th edition of the Miss World pageant was held for the first time at the Royal Albert Hall on 22 November 1969 on BBC. 50 delegates vied for the crown won by Eva Rueber-Staier of Austria. She was crowned by Miss World 1968, Penelope Plummer of Australia.
Returning countries and Debuts
- Seychelles competed in Miss World for the first time.
- Paraguay last competed in 1959.
- Czechoslovakia, Gambia, Iceland, and Lebanon last competed in 1967.