Thailand’s Miss Universe Hasn’t Aged A Day In The Past 50 Years. It’s Scary.
3 years ago
In 1965, Apasra Hongsakula represented her home country of Thailand in the Miss Universe competition. She became the first woman from her country to win the title. And she could probably repeat that success today, nearly 50 years later.
Recent photos have surfaced showing how little Hongsakula changed over the decades. At 67, she barely looks a day older than her pageant years.
She was only the second Miss Universe from Asia.
When the photo on the right surfaced, rumors of expensive plastic surgery procedures rose as well.
However, her representatives claim the only change she’s made to her beauty regime is straightening her wavy hair.
I’d like to know what moisturizer she uses.
(via Elite Daily.)
This great-grandmother now runs a spa. I’m sure she helps her clients try to achieve her level of agelessness.
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