Barbertonian wins princess’s crown

Jene and her husband Paul Smit.

Smit was crowned first princess on Saturday during the Mrs Mpumalanga 2018 pageant which was held at Communio Church in Mbombela.

Mash Mokgatle was crowned Mrs Mpumalanga. Leache Avery Kleyn was crowned second princess. “Being crowned as first princess is a great privilege.

I am honoured to be second in the top three for Mrs Mpumalanga 2018. A true leader will be able to follow too, that is why I am excited to be the right hand to our winner, Mash. Being the youngest finalist out of the 14, I see it as a huge achievement,” said a jubilant Smit.

She said she was looking forward to everything 2018 holds.

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“We are forces to be reckoned with and we are going to be an incredible team that will make history in Mpumalanga. Thank you for your support and the support of the community. I promise to be the best first princess of Mrs Mpumalanga that our province has ever seen,” concluded Smit.

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She was born in Bloemfontein and is happily married to a local farmer, Paul Smit. They have resided in Barberton for almost two years. Here are Jené Smit and Paul after she was crowned first princess.

Richard Nkosi

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