Camila Namie Escribens is a Peruvian-American model and beauty queen. She lives in Miami, Florida, United States.
Escribens was born in Lima, Peru and she speaks Spanish and English. Here are 13 more things about her:
- She is 5’10” tall.
- In 2013, she started modelling professionally.
- In 2014, three malformed arteries were detected in her brain. She had to receive radiation treatments and oxygenations.
- On October 21, 2018, she competed against 49 other candidates at Miss Peru 2019 at the Teatro Municipal de Lima in Lima. She was runner-up to Anyella Grados while Tiffany Yoko Chong was second runner-up. Pageant fans and experts criticized the results for several reasons including her inadequate fluency in Spanish. In March 2019, Grados and Chong were dethroned due to an incident during a trip sponsored by Miss Peru. She also attended the trip but she was not involved in the incident.
- As Miss Peru 2019 first runner-up, she was appointed as Miss Grand Peru 2019. On June 11, 2019, she was crowned by Miss Grand International 2018 Clara Sosa at the Pullman Hotel in San Isidro and Miss Peru director Jessica Newton.
- Although Grados was dethroned, she was not automatically appointed as Miss Peru 2019. On October 20, 2019, a new Miss Peru 2019 coronation ceremony was held in Lima, crowning the new Miss Peru 2019 Kelin Rivera Kroll, Miss Supranational Peru 2019 Janick Maceta and Miss Grand Peru 2019 Samantha Batallanos. On October 25, 2019, she represented Peru at Miss Grand International 2019 at Poliedro de Caracas in Caracas, Venezuela and competed against 59 other candidates. She finished in the Top 10.
- On May 10, 2020, she was appointed as Miss Supranational Peru 2020. She was supposed to represent Peru at Miss Supranational 2020, which was cancelled due to the new coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
- On November 1, 2020, she signed with the Elite Model Management agency in Miami.
- She was supposed to represent Peru at Miss Supranational 2021. But on May 21, 2021, she withdrew because of her brain arteriovenous malformation (AVM), which prevented her from travelling.
- On September 5, 2021, it was announced that she was one of the 13 challengers who will compete against the 26 candidates of Miss Peru 2021.
- On October 10, 2021, she competed against five other Miss Peru 2021 finalists. She became runner-up to Yely Rivera Kroll, who is the Miss Peru 2019 titleholder’s younger sister.
- As Miss Peru 2021 runner-up, she will represent Peru at Miss Supranational 2022 in Poland.
- She was 23 years old when she was crowned Miss Supranational Peru 2022.