The tiara is made of white gold and showcases a total of 87 exquisite pearls, symbolizing peace, enduring prosperity, and eternity.

The crown’s highlight is the combination of six South Sea pearls with the outer circle of colored stones, creating a perpetual and harmonious representation of the Earth’s movement.

In addition, the crowns for the runners-up – Miss Earth Air, Miss Earth Water, and Miss Earth Fire – have been elegantly crafted, featuring stunning pearls.

The grand finale of the pageant will be held in the southern city on December 22. This follows Do Thi Lan Anh, the Vietnamese contestant, winning the coveted “Best Appearance” award at the Miss Earth opening ceremony.

Lan Anh, 26, currently resides in the United States and stands at a height of 1.71 metres with body measurements of 85-60-95cm. She left her hometown at the age of one, moving to Europe, before eventually settling in the US with her family.

Having graduated from California State University Fullerton, this beauty queen has a strong affinity for Vietnamese culture and cuisine, surrounded by her many Vietnamese friends.