May-Louise Flodin

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May-Louise Flodin
Beauty pageant titleholder
Born May-Louise Frances Flodin
(1934-09-05)September 5, 1934
Stockholm, Sweden
Died February 4, 2011(2011-02-04) (aged 76)
Manila, Philippines
Occupation Former beauty queen titleholder, model
Hair color light brown
Eye color blue
Title(s) Miss World Sweden 1951
Major
competition(s)
Miss World Sweden 1951
(Winner)
Miss World 1951
(Winner)

May-Louise Flodin (September 5,1934 - November 11, 2012) was a Swedish model and beauty queen who won the Miss World contest in 1952, representing Sweden. She was the second winner, and was crowned by her predecessor, Kiki Håkansson, also from Sweden.[1] She died on November 11, 2012 due to a brain tumor.[2]

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