Véronique De Kock

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Véronique de Kock

Véronique De Kock (born 3 April 1977 (age 38) in Antwerp, Belgium) was Miss Belgium 1995. She competed at both Miss World 1995 and Miss Universe 1996, not placing in either pageant.


At the age of 15, she was already a model in Belgium, France, Germany and Italy. When she was 17, she won the title of Miss Flanders and one year later she won the prestigious title of Miss Belgium.[1] In 2013 she was a contestant in the VTM-program De Grote Sprong, a diving contest.


  1. ^ den Dunnen, Gerit (16 October 2008). "Veronique De Kock eerste Belgische Bondgirl?". TV-Visie (in Dutch). Retrieved 10 April 2011. 
Preceded by
Marie-Rose Morel
Miss Flanders
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Ilse De Meulemeester
Miss Belgium
Succeeded by
Laurence Borremans