Vedrana Grbović

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Vedrana Grbovic
Born14 December 1987
Home townPerth, Australia
TitleMiss Serbia & Montenegro 2006
Beauty pageant titleholder
Hair colorBrown
Eye colorHazel
Miss Serbia 2006
Miss World 2006

Vedrana Grbović (Serbian Cyrillic: Ведрана Грбовић) is a Serbian beauty pageant contestant and model who won the title of Miss Serbia in 2006 and represented her country in Miss World 2006.[1] She graduated from the Curtin University of Technology with a BCom in Marketing and Advertising in 2009 and went on to complete her MSc in International Marketing and Business Development at SKEMA Business School in France in 2012. Vedrana has been the director of marketing agency Fresca Viva Pty Ltd since 2007.[2]

Early life[edit]

Grbovic was born in Belgrade, although she and her family would later move to Australia. She went on to appear in fashion shows in Belgrade, Perth, Los Angeles, Greece, and Italy. She won the titles of Miss Prom 2004 and Miss Earth Australia (W.A.) 2005 and has appeared in many television shows in Serbia, as well as music video clips and television advertisements.

She is a professionally trained dancer and actress, although she graduated with a degree in marketing and advertising.

Miss Serbia & Montenegro[edit]

In 2006, then a Curtin University student, Vedrana was named Miss World Serbia & Montenegro.[3][4]

Community Work[edit]

Vedrana is an active contributor and porticipant in the Serbian community events in Australia. She is actively engaged in and supports community events organised by the Serbian Orthodox Church.[5][6] Vedrana also contributed to implementation of Hopman Cup in 2008.[7]


  1. ^ Miss Serbia Crowned
  2. ^ "Vedrana Grbović LinkedIn CV".
  3. ^ Vedrana Crowned as Miss Serbia & Montenegro
  4. ^ Vedrana transforms from calculus to catwalk
  5. ^ Metropolitanate Day in Pert, Sep 2013
  6. ^ Metropolitanate Day & The Bishop's Patronal Name Day Celebration, Perth 2013
  7. ^ 2008 Hyndai Hopman Cup

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