Miss Universe Philippines 2020 Rabiya Mateo Got These Post-Pageant Activities
RABIYA MATEO – Here are the things that Miss Universe Philippines 2020 did after she finished in the Top 21.
Recently, the 69th edition of Miss Universe was held and it gathered beautiful and intelligent ladies from different countries. The Philippines was represented by Miss Universe Philippines 2020 Rabiya Mateo.
Rabiya is from Iloilo City. She is an Indian-Filipina graduate of Iloilo Doctors’ College. She is a physical therapist by profession and she finished her college as cum laude. Her parents separated and she grew up without a father.
The Filipinos were so proud of Rabiya who was very determined to bring pride and honor to the Philippines. She was so graceful and beautiful in her national costume and it did not show how heavy it was.
Despite that the Miss Universe 2020 journey of Rabiya ended in the Top 21, the Filipinos are very proud of her and grateful to her for giving her best in vying for the 5th crown for the country.
Based on an article on Pep, after the Miss Universe pageant, Rabiya Mateo was spotted walking hand-in-hand with Miss Thailand Amanda Obdam. She also did a short live stream with Miss Bolivia Lenka Nemer D’rpic. The Pinay beauty queen expressed that it is just “a beautiful start for something new”.
On her Instagram Stories, Rabiya also expressed her longing Samgyupsal, a South Korean cuisine that is famous in the Philippines. Meanwhile, her and her team feasted over Filipino dishes at Lutong Pinoy Filipino Cuisine in North Miami. It made her feel like home.
Based on the article, Rabiya Mateo also had a lunch with Miss Mauritius Vandana Jeetah. She even introduced her to Halo-Halo which is a popular Filipino dessert.
Rabiya Mateo is in a relationship with a medical frontliner, Neil Salvacion. He is one of those who is encouraging the beauty queen to continue her journey.
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