Miss World Manushi Chhillar has been breaking the glass ceiling when it comes to her charitable initiatives and her simple yet effective fashionable choices. This beauty queen has been travelling the world and making Indians proud all over the world. Also Read - New Zealand Cops Dance to ‘Kala Chashma’ & 'Kar Gayi Chull' on Diwali, Set Twitter on Fire | Watch

In her latest post from Aukland, New Zealand, she chose to wear a bright yellow rain-coat. This is no ordinary rain-coat, it is a rain-coat that can double as a stylish trench and she wears it with a lot of confidence and panache. Also Read - Making India Proud: New Zealand’s First-Ever Indian-Origin Minister Addresses Parliament in Malayalam | Watch

This rain-coat is from Vero Moda and she expressed how she felt in a short poem as she shared a poem with her follower’s on Instagram in her post writing, “After this rain shall stop, A wondrous light will fill each dark, round drop, I hope the sun shines bright, And open my eyes to a lovely sight. ☀️ 🌧 Enjoying the early morning drizzle.” Also Read - Priyanca Radhakrishnan Becomes New Zealand's First-Ever Indian-Origin Minister

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Recently the beauty queen shared a picture while she soaked in the view from the Sky Tower in Auckland, New Zealand, while she walked on the edge of the building. She looked very cute in an orange jumpsuit hanging by the safety ropes.

I could get used to a view like this (Saves me from jumping)

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She recently crowned Miss India 2018, Anukreethy Vas, who will go on to represent India this year at the Miss World 2018.

On passing on the crown she told India Today, “I think there is no set formula and there is no one path that can be taken to the crown as everyone has their own way. Even when you look at past winners of Miss World, everyone was unique. So you can’t give a set example but all I can tell them is to learn as much as they can and be themselves…We do have a lot of expectations from India. It’s going to be a tough one for whosoever wins.”