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WATCH: Meet Miss Teen International Canada 2022 - Samriddhi Singh

Darpan News Desk Darpan, 11 Aug, 2022
  • WATCH: Meet Miss Teen International Canada 2022 - Samriddhi Singh

Beauty with a purpose is what Samriddhi Singh embodies. While the world is filled with low self-esteem and most are constantly feeling that they   are not good enough, Singh is working towards making people love themselves a little more. Samriddhi Singh is a 19 year old Vancouver -based actress, model, self-love educator, violence prevention facilitator and a pageant coach. She is the first teen to be representing Canada at the Miss Teen International pageant that is set to take place this year in Ecuador.

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