Miss Universe, Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters, will be making her way home, South Africa, for the first time since winning her title in November last year.
The pageant queen will be in the country for her official homecoming celebration on 24 January. Demi will take on a number of activities including a week-long tour to visit Johannesburg, Cape Town and her hometown Sedgefield.
During her stay, the star will be hosting her Unbreakable workshops in both Soweto and Cape Town with members of the community.
She will also be revisiting victims of the Knysa fires who were beneficiaries of her fund-raising efforts for disaster relief in 2017.
Demi-Leigh is excited about her return and in a statement, says “I can’t begin to express my gratitude and how proud I am to represent our country as Miss Universe. Being a global ambassador is as much a responsibility as it is an honour. Our nation is comprised of many different backgrounds and cultures, one of the many things that makes me immensely proud to be a South African. I am very excited to celebrate this achievement with my people in the spirit of Mzansi,”.