Flying high with Miss Universe Singapore
February 19, 2017 - miss universe
When you’re Miss Universe Singapore, posing and operative in front of dozens of cameras is standard for a course.
But when it happens during 30,000 feet in a air, it’s a opposite kind of high for Miss Cheryl Chou.
Miss Chou, 21, had a “mini photoshoot” with Singapore Airlines’ (SIA) cabin organisation en track to Manila to paint a Republic during final month’s Miss Universe pageant.
Halfway by a three-hour flight, a 1.7m beauty went to a behind of a aircraft and took discerning snaps with a crew.
SIA had sponsored her moody to Manila. She flew together with Miss Mauritius and Miss Finland.
Miss Chou told The New Paper: “They were a really initial contestants we got to know in person, and they were so sweet.
“I felt that we grown a special bond after articulate to any other on a flight.”
With 9 luggage bags for her three-week stay in Manila, she had a payoff of checking in during a first-class opposite and was tender by a staff’s helpfulness.
“I didn’t have to worry about holding adult a line, or my bags and my inhabitant costume,” she said.
“I knew that all would be looked after well. It was a really bustling day for me, though they done a whole routine many easier.
“The moody attendants also done certain we had my remoteness and was gentle on board.”
Miss Chou also chatted with a cabin crew, who gave their support and support.
She added: “I’m happy and beholden for this (sponsorship).”
In a prior talk with TNP, Miss Chou mentioned that she travels around a universe a lot with her mother, generally on SIA, though she cited this moody as her many noted and “meaningful” yet.
She said: “This whole knowledge was really sparkling and it was a initial time we was drifting to something so important.
“Knowing that we was drifting with a inhabitant conduit from my home country, it done all some-more special, and I’m really grateful to everybody who was a partial of it.”
It was a really bustling day for me, though they done a whole routine many easier.Miss Cheryl Chou