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Thailand's first Miss Universe of 1965 shocks world with recent pic

When the photo of 67 year-old and former 1965 Miss Universe Apasra Hongsakula came out, everyone was doubtful. Could she be one and the same person? Did she really have a THB2.5 million anti-aging course. Many netizens asked. 

The former beauty queen who won the prestigious beauty pageant in 1965 still look amazing and, well, gorgeous. She could still pass a 20 something young lady according to some friends who saw the photo. It seems nothing has changed.


She just changed her hair from wavy to straight, said Apasara's manager. That made her look younger. 

Her manager also stressed out that Apasara didn't have an expensive rejuvenation therapies. 

Whatever the rumors are, Apasara is pretty. And that's a fact.

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Kat
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October 18, 2014 at 2:03 PM delete

Wow! She did not age. True, whether she had things done or not, one thing is for sure, she is pretty. -katrina centeno

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mollymia
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October 18, 2014 at 10:30 PM delete

she's 67 years old already? well, that's definitely impossible unless she has procedures done.... if not she has probably swallowed some elixir of life or what!

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Franc Ramon
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October 19, 2014 at 11:14 PM delete

Some people can really look young but this one may be too extreme. She looks great for her age though.

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Ling Tan
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October 20, 2014 at 10:30 AM delete

she really does look amazing. medically, is it possible though? to know her secrets... hmmm!


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Kylie Wenn
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October 20, 2014 at 11:01 AM delete

Oh my!! Looks totally the same even years and years pass by.. Gosh! Wonder how she did it!~

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phyaboo
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October 22, 2014 at 5:22 PM delete

I personally think she just aged beautifully. It can be achieved with just normal beauty products and really really taking good care of the skin.

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