We’ve heard people saying that life is easy when you’re pretty, but that’s not all to it. As we all know, Miss Philippines whose just crowned as the new Miss Universe 2018 worked a lot in the slums of Tondo, Manila. Nobody would have thought that these beautiful people went through so much in their life before becoming successful.
Back in 2016, Miss Universe Thailand Chalita Suansane also shared her experience going through the hardship of life and it is another life-lesson that deserves our respect.
Suansane might not be crowned as Miss Universe 2016 back in the days, but her inspirational life story wins the hearts of people around the world.
When other kids were having fun and playing with friends, Suansane was busy helping out her mother earning money at the age of 4. She helped to earn for the family by selling food on the streets.
At the age of 10, Suansane took over her mother’s job as a part-time cleaner. Born in a poor household, Suansane bore such a big responsibility at a very young age with so much dedication just to help gain extra income for her family.
Suansane shared a teenage picture of her while selling food on the streets.
I helped my mother to earn money since 4 years old and holding the heart of your country to a competition with 85 lovely…
Suansane is now successful and famous, but she never once ashamed of her past and happily shared about it with the world instead.
65th Miss Universe Preliminary Competition
Suansane is more of her humble beginnings.
Do one thing every day that makes you happy. 😃😊☀️Cr. reflexangela#น้ำตาลชลิตา #NamtanChalita
Suansane was so grateful for her past as it helped her to understand the real meaning of life, to be more mature and to deeply understand the value of money at a young age. Besides that, she’s just willing to do anything to help her mother.
Suansane making Thailand proud.
According to Miss Universe official page, Suansane was studying Microbiology at Mahasarakham University.
Besides being smart, Suansane actively participates in the charity work at an orphanage called Baan Home Hug-a location where children inherited HIV from their parents, abused or lost their families were placed.
Suansane smiling brightly.
Smile on Saturday 😊🍃Cr. zushi noon nonono
With this story, Suansane hoped to inspire all young girls and instill that fulfilling our dreams, respecting ourselves, as well as sharing love and compassion to other people will make us proud in our own way.
What’s most important, never forget where we come from and all the sacrifice made by our parents.
Such an inspiration!
Credit: Era Baru