Anna Prelević

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Anna Prelević (Serbian, Ана Прелевић, Greek: Άννα Πρέλεβιτς, born April 28, 1990 in Belgrade, FR Yugoslavia) is Miss Greece 2010 and the daughter of the legendary basketball player of PAOK BC Branislav Prelević.[1]

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Anna was born on April 28, 1990 in Belgrade. She is the daughter of former basketball player Branislav Prelević and Nevena Prelević-Marjanović, daughter of legendary Serbian singer Đorđe Marjanović.

She was born in Belgrade but grew up in Thessaloniki. In 1996, when her father signed with Virtus Bologna, they moved to Bologna, Italy. But after one season, her father signed a contract with AEK BC and so they moved back to Greece. Although her father left the club after two seasons and played again for PAOK BC, she spent the next years of her life in Athens.

At the age of 15, she left Athens and moved back to Thessaloniki. But two years later she left Thessaloniki for the second time, but this time she left to study Media Communication at the Goldsmiths, University of London. After three years she graduated in 2010 and moved back to Greece. She participated in the election for Miss Greece and she was elected Miss Greece 2010 and so she represented Greece at the Miss Universe 2010.

Anna has also a younger sister, named Tea. Anna speaks five languages: Greek, Serbian, English, Italian and Russian.

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  1. ^ Prva srpska, 19 June 2010 Prva Srpska