LanguagesSpanish, Catalan, English, French
Current OccupationStudent : Pharmacy
“I invite you to discover more about me and to follow my steps in my new adventure on my way to Miss World 2015. Thank you all for the support! Kisses.”
Mireia comes from the city of Barcelona, located in the North West of Spain. Currently studying Pharmacy, her dream is to further her studies with Nutrition, before setting up a business in nutrition and dietics to find alternative health solutions to orthodox medicines. Mireia says that music and travelling are the pillars of her happiness. A skilled pianist she studied up to grade 8 in Musical Language, Harmony and Piano at the Conservatory of the Lyceum of Barcelona, and she has travelled extensively over Europe and the Far East. In her spare time Mireia likes to run, to read and to go skiing in the winter.
“Barcelona is one of the most beautiful and exciting cities in the world. An Olympic city characterised by the kindness of its people and the Mediterranean gastronomy. The buildings, many the work of Gaudi, will blow you away.”
What’s your current favourite website?
If you could invite anyone (living or historic) to dinner, who would it be and why?
Buddah. After visiting India, Vietnam and Cambodia, I’m interested in Buddhism, a religion based on the control of the inner energy, to find happiness through the connection of the soul and the body.
What would be your dream job?
A job where I could help others with my own knowledge.
If you could work with any fashion designer, who would it be and why?
I would like to work for Rosa Clará, a Catalan designer who is able to create fairytale dresses.
What item of make-up could you not live without?
Mascara for eyelashes.
Mac or PC?
Sweet or Savory?
If you could have any super power, what would it be and why?
The power to transport myself to the past.
Which Challenge Events do you feel most confident about?
Why did you enter Miss World?
Miss World is more than a beauty contest. I want to be an ambassador for the complete woman and be able to show the world that beauty is more than an external aspect.