Sara El-Khouly

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Sara El-Khouly, an Egyptian model, was born on February 15, 1988 in Libya.

Biography and life story of celebrity in English.

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Name in English: Sara El-Khouly
Name in Arabic: سارة الخولي
Nationality: Egypt
Language: Arabic, Egyptian dialect
Religion: Christianity
Date of birth: February 15, 1988
Place of birth: Libya
Age: 34 years (in 2022)
Astrological Sign: Aquarius
Profession: fashion model
Years of activity: 2011 – until now
Social status: Single

Biography, Life story

Sara El-Khouly was born on February 15, 1988 in Libya to an Egyptian father and a Croatian mother, and she was raised in Dubai. She is a student at the American University of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates. Sara El Khouly is a natural femininity without plastic surgery or silicone. Miss World Egypt 2010. She participated in the miss world 2010 competition in China and dazzled the world with her elegance, but she did not win the title, but she insisted on trying again, and she won the title of Miss Mediterranean in Cyprus for the year 2011 after a great competition with a number of Among the contestants, Sara Al-Khouly entered into a fierce competition for this title with Miss Macedonia, Lebanon, Russia, and Sylvania, but Sara Al-Khouly won this title because of her great presence, self-confidence, strong personality, grace and elegance. And attractiveness in front of photographic lenses, as she was the first Miss Egypt to participate in a global beauty event after the revolution, and participated in the Miss World contest in Brazil as Miss Egypt 2011 for not holding the Miss Egypt contest this year due to the circumstances of the Egyptian revolution.

Sara El-Khouly loves reading, especially reading in psychology. She confirmed this in her interview with one of the channels in Cyprus. Sara El-Khouly stated that this type of book is very important and useful, and you benefit a lot from it because culture is important in various fields.

Awards and Honors

Miss Egypt 2010
Miss Mediterranean 2011