MISS World Netherlands has give up the modelling contest as a result of she refused to have a Covid jab required to journey to the ultimate in Puerto Rico.

Dilay Willemstein, 21, made the bombshell announcement through Instagram, saying she is “not but prepared” to get the shot.


Dilay Willemstein gained the Miss World Netherlands competitors in July, and was resulting from compete within the Miss World ultimate in Puerto Rico in December[/caption]


The 21-year-old didn’t know entrants must be vaccinated towards Covid[/caption]

The mannequin and dancer, from Eindhoven, will now get replaced by Lizzie Dobbe, who got here second place within the Netherlands’ nationwide contest in July.

Miss Willemstein stated: “After I used to be topped [Miss Netherlands], I used to be advised that if you wish to go to Miss World you have to be vaccinated.”

Beforehand, she stated that profitable the pageant was her lifelong dream.

However she opened up on why she determined to overlook her likelihood. 

She stated: “I considered it fastidiously and thought of taking the jab, however at a sure level, I believed I’m not prepared for this in any respect. I don’t be ok with it.

“I didn’t make the choice in a single day. I nonetheless had a number of months to consider it so I stored placing it off.”

Miss Willemstein defined that the organisers ultimately advised her that she needed to get an appointment to be vaccinated.

However she says she merely couldn’t carry herself to do it.

But, she doesn’t have any regrets saying: “This was my alternative and I stand by it.”


Miss Willemstein has now withdrawn from the competition, saying she is ‘not prepared’ to get jabbed[/caption]


She stated she didn’t realise finalists must be double-vaccinated[/caption]


The mannequin stated she didn’t make the choice in a single day[/caption]

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