Lamita FrangiehAge: 24
Occupation: Model & Fashion Editor
Lamita was born in zgharta and raised in beirut. It is a beautiful city in the north of lebanon where the weather is glorious and ideal for tourism. Having completed her education, she took a course in psychology of young children. Currently she is modelling, working as a fashion editor on the beauty of fashion section for a magazine and preparing for a tv show. It is her ambition to be a successful businesswoman, wife and mother. Hobbies and interests are: tennis, skiing, swimming, travelling, and her favourite music is: pink floyd, techno & jazz. Favourite food: seafood, sushi, italian, and of course lebanese cuisine. Personal motto is “reality is a name we give to our disappointments”.
How would you describe yourself in three words?
Ambitious, calm, responsible.
Do you have a special or unusual talent? (what is it?)
Writing and oriental dance.
Where would you most like to visit in the world and why?
Each country has its distinguished nature and culture. I find it hard to choose a favourite destination since each destination is special in its own way.
What is the best thing about your country?
Lebanon has been and still is the meeting of great civilizations and cultures. This marvellous land, rich in its cultural heritage and beautiful landscapes, archaeological treasures and varied cuisine, the warmth and hospitality of its people, is a country that has long been destined for tourism. What is your favourite? Film: My favourite is 'The Pianist'
Music: Anything with a nice beat!
Singer/band: Phil Collins/Celine Dion.
Book: My favourite is 'The Prophet' by Gibran Kahlil Gibran.
If you were granted one wish, what would it be?
I wish for a long healthy time together with my family.
If you were stuck on a desert island with one other person (famous or not whom would you choose?
I would choose my mother.
What is your message to all the other miss world contestants?
My message to them is to work hard to bring out the best in themselves and have faith in god and confidence in their abilities.
You’re judging the final five contestants, which question would you ask the finalists?
What has life taught you?