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Iris Mittenaere was born on 25 January, 1993 in Lille, France, is a French beauty pageant contestant. At 27 years old, Iris Mittenaere height is 5 ft 7 in (172.0 cm).

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Occupation Model,television host,beauty pageant titleholder
Age 27 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 25 January 1993
Birthday 25 January
Birthplace Lille, France
Nationality France

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Iris Mittenaere Net Worth

She net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Iris Mittenaere worth at the age of 27 years old? Iris Mittenaere’s income source is mostly from being a successful Model. She is from France. We have estimated Iris Mittenaere's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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According to one of the judges, Mickey Boardman, who wrote about his experience as a Miss Universe judge in The New York Times, "it was the question-and-answer portion that put her over the top. While the other contestants didn’t seem to actually answer the question about a mistake they had made in life and what they had learned from it, she was poised and well spoken". Indeed, the top three contestants were asked the same final question by Steve Harvey: "Name something over the course of your life that you failed at, and tell us what you learned from that experience ?" and she replied:

I have failed several times in my life. I thought I had failed my first year in medical school because my name wasn’t on the passing list. So, the very same day I went to buy a new set of medical books to keep on studying. I think when you fail, you need to stand up and keep going, we are all able to do so. If I don’t win tonight, I will still keep on smiling tomorrow because I am proud to be part of the three finalists. I’ve learnt a lot from my failures and happily, I did end up passing my first year of medical school.

On February 3, 2019, Iris Mittenaere was on the judging panel of Top Model Belgium 2019 at Le Lido. From February 12 to 17, 2019, she was the guest star in Jean-Paul Gaultier's Fashion Freak Show at the Folies Bergère. She is Morgan's brand ambassador for 2019. On April 20, 2019, she was the face of Casa Fashion show 's 14th edition, "The future is female", in Casablanca, Morocco. From May 2019 to January 2020, she is a vedette in choreographer Kamel Ouali's L' Oiseau Paradis new revue at the Paradis Latin. On May 22, 2019, Iris Mittenaere climbed the steps of the Palais des Festivals at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival in a couture light pink crystallized ballgown designed by Michael Cinco. She also attended de Grisogono Host Gala Dinner, wearing a bejewelled blue one-shoulder gown, designed by Lebanese Ziad Nakad, which was adorned in gems and sequins.

In Forbes France’s Summer 2019 issue, Iris Mittenaere was interviewed and placed in France’s top 5 of digital influencers on the 2019 list.


Iris Mittenaere began her television career in 2018, becoming a co-host of the French version of Ninja Warrior. In February 2018, Iris Mittenaere presented an award at the 2018 Victoires de la Musique, wearing designer Stéphane Rolland. In September 2018, Mittenaere began competing in the ninth season of Danse avec les stars, the French version of Dancing with the Stars. Her professional partner on the show was Anthony Colette, and together they placed second in the season's finale on December 1, 2018. From February 2019, she is the host of the Lottery Drawings and EuroMillions on TF1.

In March 2018, she was invited by the First Lady of Ivory Coast to attend the 7th Gala dinner of the Children of Africa Foundation, marking its 20th anniversary and the opening of a new hospital. She also participated to a Smile Train event, visiting families of cleft patients in Abidjan, Ivory Coast. Iris Mittenaere partnered with French Artist Philippe Shangti to create an artwork titled "I'm Iris, I'm not a princess", sold at an Auction for proceeds to Smile Train.

On 7 November 2018, Iris Mittenaere released her first autobiography titled in French Toujours y croire : Miss Univers, une jeune femme (pas) comme les autres which means Always believe in yourself: Miss Universe, a young woman (un)like any other. The book was published by HarperCollins. The book chronicles Mittenaere's origins in Northern France and her pageantry experience, in addition to beauty tutorials and advice for young women in order to build self-confidence. The same day, Mittenaere's Toujours y croire book tour launched, kicking off in her hometown of Lille. Other cities include Paris, Lyon, Toulouse, Bordeaux, Cannes, Dunkirk, Reims, Nantes in France, Brussels in Belgium and Geneva in Switzerland.


At New York Fashion Week, she walked the runway twice at Sherri Hill's fashion show in February and September 2017. In June 2017, she attended Joyrich x Snoop Dogg's Fashion show at MADE LA 2017 in Los Angeles and was invited to the AmfAR generationCURE Solstice 2017 in New York City. In an interview with USA Today, Mittenaere talks about the secret to 'French girl style' and how it is manufactured.

In March 2017, during her week-long homecoming celebration in Paris and in her hometown of Lille, France, Iris Mittenaere was invited by the President of France, François Hollande, at the Élysée Palace and was attributed a regional award by the President of Hauts-de-France, Xavier Bertrand.

In her native country, France, she returned for a visit to walk the runway at the Jean Paul Gaultier's fashion show at Paris Fashion Week, to climb the steps of the Palais des Festivals at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival and to attend the AmFAR Charity Event, "Cinema against AIDS", in Cannes.

For her last walk as the reigning Miss Universe, Iris Mittenaere wore a Michael Cinco scarlet red ombré Couture gown, in full Swarovski crystals, which featured a fitted bodice and flowing train, before passing on the crown to her successor Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters of South Africa as Miss Universe 2017 on 26 November 2017 at Planet Hollywood Las Vegas in Las Vegas, Nevada.

From 4 to 9 December 2017, she participated to the Miss Universe's Christmas Tour in the Philippines, alongside her successor Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters and predecessor Pia Wurtzbach, then served as co-president of the jury with Jean-Paul Gaultier at Miss France 2018, appearing on stage with the five finalists as a part of the fashion swimsuit portion of the competition and putting an end to her international pageant career.

In December 2017, a documentary film about her Miss Universe reign, produced by Endemol Shine Group and titled From Miss France to Miss Universe, the fabulous destiny of Iris, was broadcast on TF1 and watched by 5.4 millions viewers in France. The camera crew followed Mittenaere's reign as Miss Universe, her humanitarian travel, her trips and homecoming in France, and her family's reaction to her new life.


In November 2016, Iris Mittenaere presented the Francophone Group of the Year's Award at the NRJ Music Award in Cannes.

During her reign as Miss France 2016, Iris Mittenaere traveled to China, Italy, Morocco, Germany, in the Caribbean and Ivory Coast.

Mittenaere competed in Miss Universe 2016 where she succeeded Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach of the Philippines. Mittenaere became only the second woman from her country to win the crown after Christiane Martel won Miss Universe 1953, breaking France's 63-year title drought. Mittenaere is the first European winner since Oxana Fedorova of Russia, who was crowned Miss Universe 2002 but soon after dethroned, and the first European titleholder to complete her year as Miss Universe since Mona Grudt of Norway who won Miss Universe 1990.

Iris Mittenaere was crowned with the DIC crown at the Miss Universe 2016 contest. As a result of a lawsuit between IMG and Diamonds International Corporation (DIC), she wore the Diamond Nexus Crown from March 2017 until the end of her reign.


After winning the local title of Miss Flandre 2015 on May 2, 2015 in Bailleul, Mittenaere entered the Miss Nord-Pas-de-Calais 2015 regional pageant in Orchies, which she won on September 26, 2015. Mittenaere represented Nord-Pas-de-Calais at the Miss France 2016 pageant. On 19 December 2015, she was crowned Miss France by outgoing Miss France 2015 and former Miss Nord-Pas-de-Calais 2014 Camille Cerf in Lille. It was a back-to back for the region.


As a charity ambassador for Smile Train, she traveled to Mexico City and Cap-Haïtien to visit cleft lip and cleft palate patients and witnessed first-hand a cleft surgery. As the newest Madrina of the Latino Commission on AIDS, she attended the Annual fundraising Cielo Gala to benefit the Latino Commission on Aids and was also invited to Project Sunshine's 14th Annual Benefit Celebration Bright together in New York City.


Mittenaere attended school in Steenvoorde, where she lived with her mother. In 2011, she graduated with honors from lycée with a focus on science. After graduating, she moved to Lille, where she attended Lille 2 University of Health and Law, studying dentistry.


Iris Mittenaere (French pronunciation: ​[i.ʁis mit.naʁ] ; born 25 January 1993) is a French model, television host, and beauty pageant titleholder who was crowned Miss Universe 2016. She is the second Miss Universe from France after Christiane Martel, who was elected Miss Universe 1953. Mittenaere had previously been crowned Miss France 2016 and Miss Nord-Pas-de-Calais 2015.

Mittenaere was born on 25 January 1993 in Lille, to Yves Mittenaere, a middle school history and geography teacher, and Laurence Druart, a primary schoolteacher and museum guide. She has a brother, Baptiste, and a sister, Cassandre, and a younger half-sister, Manon. Her parents divorced when she was three years old.