On the evening of March 11, the final night of Miss International Queen Philippines – Miss Transgender Philippines 2023 was held at Aliw Theater in Pasay province. As a result, the beautiful Lars Pacheco was crowned the highest. She became the representative of the Philippines to attend Miss Transgender International 2023 held in Thailand.
Lars Pacheco received the crown from her predecessor Fuschia Anne Ravena – The reigning Miss International Transgender 2022. Many viewers thought that Lars Pacheco would continue the success of Fuschia Anne Ravena in the world arena.
With her sweet beauty, Lars Pacheco received the support and love of the public after being crowned.
The new Miss Philippines transgender this year 25 years old, is a famous model. She has a well-proportioned, attractive body and a good-looking face.
Lars Pacheco does not have outstanding height, but in return has a beautiful hybrid face and impressive and professional performance skills. She is also appreciated for her many years of modeling experience.
Lars Pacheco is also not a new face in the field of beauty. Previously, she participated in the Miss International Queen Philippines contest but did not win any achievements. In this comeback, the beauty is considered mature in both beauty and skill.
Philippines is the strong sash at the Miss International transgender pageant. They have been crowned 3 times with the beautiful Kevin Balot (2012), Trixie Maristela (2015), and Fuschia Anne Ravena – the current transgender Miss International 2022.
Lars Pacheco is considered as a potential candidate for the Miss International Transgender 2023 contest to be held in Thailand next June.
After being crowned, Lars Pacheco shared on his personal page: “Please wait patiently. And in the meantime work hard. Tears and sweetness, it’s been a memorable journey for me. willing to work to contribute not only to the LGBT community but also to everyone.”
Miss International Queen is a contest for the transgender community. The contest’s mission is to raise awareness of LGBT and transgender people. All profits from the contest go to the Royal AIDS Foundation of Thailand.