Belinda Green

Belinda Green
Born (1952-05-04) May 4, 1952 (age 69)
Nationality Australian
Occupation Model
Known for Miss World Australia
Awards Miss World 1972

Belinda Lynette Green (born 4 May 1952) is an Australian beauty queen who won the Miss World 1972 contest at the age of 20.[1]

Growing up in Sydney, she became the second woman from her country to win the title; the first, Penelope Plummer, was crowned Miss World in 1968. The pageant was held in London, at the Royal Albert Hall

Her triumph came in a year that saw Australia win the Miss Universe crown, the Miss Asia Pacific title, and placed first runner-up in the Miss International.

Personal life

Green was married to advertising entrepreneur John Singleton for several years until 1987. They had two daughters.[2]

Green was married to Neville James Browne. They met in May 1993, commenced to live together on 19 November 1993, and were married on 18 December 1993. They separated on 1 January 1997.[3]

Early life

Pageantry

Career

Green moved to live in rural Australia and settled near the New South Wales town of Cowra. She became a veterinary nurse at Southern Cross Wildlife Care run by Doctor Howard Ralph near Braidwood. The clinic rescues and cares for injured native wildlife and Belinda claims becoming part of the clinic has changed her life. She began as a general assistant and is now a qualified veterinary nurse, undertaking a course of study in her sixties - a challenge she said wasn't easy.

References

  1. ^ UPI (2 December 1972). "Aussie girl is Miss World". The Bulletin (Bend). Archived from the original on 25 January 2013. Retrieved 28 June 2010. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^ The six wives of Singo July 27, 2002
  3. ^ Browne & Green [1999] FamCA 1483 (29 October 1999), Family Court (Australia).

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Brazil Lúcia Petterle
Miss World
1972
Succeeded by
United States Marjorie Wallace


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