Maureen Montagne, whose name was in the news lately due to developments stating that Miss Eco International 2019 winner Suheyn Cipriani of Peru is pregnant and that she might assume the title, finally issues her statement about the whole thing.
“Always remember, your focus determines your reality”- George Lucas
Recently I’ve had to make some unexpected and important decisions. First and foremost, I want to say that this past year, I have poured my heart and soul to Binibining Pilipinas. I am eternally grateful for everyones support on my pageant journey and I would like to say – I’m sticking with it.
I have made a commitment to the Binibining Pilipinas Charities Inc. full heartedly and I will continue to chase my dreams of competing on the BBP stage in the hopes of representing our country on the international stage.
I am thankful for the opportunities I have been offered this week by the Miss Eco International Organization to whom I will always be thankful to, but I know deep down I need to do what’s right in my heart. I sincerely wish the woman who will take the crown a wonderful reign ahead.
I hope that everyone is safe and healthy during these trying times 🙏💕
Always remember to follow your dreams✨
And so, Maureen decided to stick it out with Bb. Pilipinas. And I’m glad she did because being a replacement titleholder to someone whose reign is over by now (if not for delays caused by the pandemic) won’t do much good for her pageant career. I think she has a better chance of grabbing another national crown of which she will be the rightful owner and possibly do well internationally. Or Supranationally, for that matter.