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Bonjour! Former Miss South Africa Shudu Musida is in Paris [photos]

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Oct 26, 2021

After passing down her crown to the new Miss South Africa Lalela Mswane, Shudufhadzo Musida took a vacation to Paris as seen in photos posted to Instagram on 21 October. 

SHUDU MUSIDA TAKES ON PARIS

Former Miss South Africa Shudu Musida is on vacation in Paris. Taking to Instagram the beauty queen first shared snaps of herself in what seems to be a red dress. 

In her next look, Shudu wore an all-white outfit. She matched a white crop top with a pair of bootleg pants, sneakers and a cream coat which she paired with a white bucket hat. 

“Unforgettable,” she captioned the post.

The Wits graduate then rocked denim on denim in a jumpsuit matched with a pair of white heels and a bucket hat. 

In what looks like another all-white outfit, Shudu was all smiles in a selfie wishing everyone a happy week ahead. 

“Beautiful week to you all,” she wrote on Instagram.

In an Instagram Reel, Shudu is seen strutting her stuff in a beautiful black dress with a thigh-high slit. 

ALSO READ: ‘Be authentic,’ says Shudu Musida to Miss SA 2021 Lalela Mswane

SHUDU PASSES DOWN HER CROWN TO LALELA MSWANE

On 16 October, Shudu officially handed down her crown and title of “Miss South Africa” to 21-year-old Lalela Mswane at the pageant held at the Grand Arena, GrandWest in Cape Town.

Shudu will still represent South Africa at the Miss World pageant in San Juan, Puerto Rico on 16 December. Taking to Instagram, the mental health advocate reflected on her Miss South Africa journey in a post on 17 October. 

“None of this would have been possible without God using me as a vessel, and the love and support of my family who have always let me know that my dreams are valid,” she wrote on Instagram. 

She said that she wanted to thank Mzansi for being her village and reflected on all the things she got to do with her crown.

“I want to say a huge thank you to South Africa for being my village. It takes a village to raise a child, and you have been that village that supported all my dreams and made them a success. With this crown I carried so many conversations, dreams, hopes, and the voices of South Africans,” she continued. 

“With each conversation and work, I wanted to let you know that I see you, and I hear you, and that you’re not alone – and you’ll never be. I love you all so much. Ndo livhuwa,” she added.

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