The sergeant beauty queen

Shavit Wiesel lives the double as a top model and she serves as an IDF soldier.

June 9, 2011 20:56


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Twenty one year old former beauty-queen Shavit Wiesel, is getting ready for a life of photo shoots and movie sets; but first she must finish her army service.

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For the past year, Shavit has lived the double life of being one of Israel’s top models, appearing in a number of fashion catalogues. At the same time she serves in the army, working in communications for an elite unit.

Wiesel says that she has happily made up every day of her service that she missed to compete in the Miss Israel competition last year, and the following Miss Universe contest.

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