Miss Jamaica was also named one of five continental queens of beauty, representing the Caribbean in a line-up that also included Africa, the Americas, Asia and Europe.
She was the only Caribbean contestant to win a place in the top seven, which was narrowed down to talented beauties from Brazil, South Sudan, India, China, Australia and Wales, in addition to Jamaica, all of whom addressed the judges and audience in a 30-second speech.
The annual pageant took place in Ordos, Inner Mongolia, China on Saturday and featured contestants representing 116 countries.
Robins outclassed much of the competition from the start, placing second in the talent segment while earning significant points in several other categories including the Top Model and Beach Beauty competitions to score a place in the top 15.
Miss Jamaica went on to showcase her elegance and poise, donning everything from a swimsuit to traditional costume as she bagged one of the seven coveted spots in the finals.
Any hope that Robins would deliver a birthday present for Jamaica’s 50th year of Independence was nevertheless dashed as Robins, who aimed to become the pageant’s first Jamaican winner since Lisa Hanna in 1993, fell just shy of the top three.
Jessica Kahawaty (Miss Australia), Sophie Moulds (Miss Wales) placed second and first runner-up respectively before crowd favorite Yu Wenxia (Miss China) won the Miss World crown in front of her home fans.
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