ANDREA Meza hit the headlines after she was crowned Miss Universe 2021 at the Hard Rock Hotel in Florida on May 16, 2021.
The Miss Mexico contender is a popular figure online, but who is her boyfriend Diego Garcy and how long have they been dating? Here’s what we know.
Who is Andrea Meza’s boyfriend Diego Garcy?
According to WhosDatedWho, Miss Universe winner Andrea Meza is dating fellow Mexican Diego Garcy.
Garcy is also a model and is the former winner of Mr Mexico.
He made history after being crowned the winner of Mister Supranational 2016 – becoming the first Mexican to do so.
The 30-year-old stands 1.89 m-tall and hails from Zapopan, Mexico.
Like Meza, Garcy is a holder of a university degree.
Whilst the Miss Universe winner holds a degree in software engineering, her model boyfriend also holds a degree in Business Administration.
Between them the pair share have 974,000 Instagram followers.
Garcy not only uses his following to posts snaps of his body and workout videos, but also to promote his business ventures.
Recently, the model launch his own sports-wear brand named ‘Diego Garcy Sports Wear.’
In a caption next to his promotional video he said: “They do not know the personal pride of seeing how we are growing.
How long have Andrea Meza and Diego Garcy been dating?
There is currently little information available on the duo’s life online, making it difficult to accurately say how long Meza and Garcy have been dating.
As of May 17, 2021, their appearances together on social media platforms seem few and far in between.
They were spotted together in a post on Garcy’s Instagram on March 19, 2017, which the Mexican model captioned: “Funny moments @andymezac.”
This would indicate that the pair have known each other for at least four years.
What is known is the fact that the pair share a similar upbringing, with both proudly representing their cities and communities.
Meza herself comes from the city of Chihuahua and reportedly grew up in a large family – including two sisters and 40 cousins
Through her pageantry, she become an activist focused on women’s rights and inclusion.
This includes her current work with the Municipal Institute for Women, which aims to end gender violence.
During the final statement round of her Miss Universe victory, Andrea was asked about the changing beauty standards.
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Speaking via a translator she said: “We live in a society that is more than advanced, and as we advance as a society, we’ve also advanced with stereotypes. Nowadays, beauty isn’t only the way we look.
“For me, beauty radiates not only in our spirit, but in our hearts and the way that we conduct ourselves. Never permit anyone to tell you that you’re not valuable.”