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Missé Beqiri: Swedish-Albanian Model, Actress and TV Personality Talks About Her Workout, Diet and Beauty Secrets

Missé Beqiri was born in Malmö, Sweden into an Albanian family. She was scouted at an early age to be a model. Missé Beqiri is a Swedish-Albanian model, actress and TV personality who starred in a couple of seasons of The Real Housewives of Cheshire.

At the beginning of her career, she worked in a garments shop situated in Copenhagen. She worked there until Scandinavia’s greatest displaying organization explored her. She participated in different fashion shows at Paris, Milan and New York.

Women Fitness President Ms. Namita Nayyar catches up with Missé Beqiri, a Swedish-Albanian Model, Actress and TV personality here she talks about her workout, diet and beauty secrets.

Namita Nayyar:

You were born in Malmö, Sweden into an Albanian family. You were scouted at an early age to be a model. Later this propelled your modeling career to the height where you have been at the top of the world of fashion and glamour modeling. Tell us more about this fairy tale journey?

Missé Beqiri:

I lived and got my first big contract in Copenhagen, which is 25 min from my hometown in South of Sweden Malmo. I did covers for a few amazing Danish fashion magazines, and it made me want to explore the world so I moved to South Africa (Cape Town) – it was my first big step away from home. It was so much fun! I then moved to Milan and was flying in and out of New York and London for fashion week and modeling jobs. I really fell in love with London and England in general, and that’s where I started my television journey. It’s been an incredible and crazy journey so far. I’ve loved every minute of it!

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