A grand day for Nurul during Miss Universe New Zealand
August 11, 2018 - miss universe
PETALING JAYA: Malaysian-born Nurul Zuriantie Shamsul, who wore a hijab during a Miss Universe New Zealand 2018, finished fifth in a beauty pageant.
The Star’s Malay-language portal mStar reported that a 20-year-old was ecstatic with her achievement.
The formula of a foe was announced on a Miss Universe New Zealand 2018 Facebook page on Saturday night.
“Alhamdullilah. we am unequivocally happy. It was an extraordinary knowledge that has helped me as an individual,” she told mStar.
Nurul, who was innate in Ampang, Selangor, changed to New Zealand when she was 5 years old.
She wore a gold-coloured hijab and a prolonged dress during a competition.
Nurul also pronounced her best impulse was when “I could see both my relatives looking unequivocally proud” when she was announced as one of a tip 5 finalists.
The psychology tyro during a University of Waikato in Hamilton also voiced her thankfulness to those who had upheld her when she assimilated a competition.
“It would not have happened but a adore and support of all of you.
“I am beholden to God who has given me this event and for assisting me to strech this level.
“Alhamdulillah, we was calm, and was not shaken during all during a competition,” she pronounced during a interview.
mStar reported that Nurul’s relatives and her dual brothers also gave her their support.
Nurul combined story when she became a initial to wear a hijab during a final turn of a competition.
Estelle Curd was crowned Miss Universe New Zealand 2018.
Curd is a tellurian apparatus manager who works in Auckland and had also entered a foe in 2014.
The 27-year-old will be representing her nation during a 67th Miss Universe manifestation that will be hold in Bangkok during a finish of this year.