Nicole Capper (32), from Broadacers, Johannesburg was crowned Mrs South Africa 2018 on Sunday night at a glittering finale at Emperors Palace.
Nicole is a mom of two children, she is a functional medicine pharmacist passionate about health. She is also a model, speaker and a guest house owner.
The prestigious grand finale was hosted by TV presenter and business woman Joann Strauss alongside multi award-winning musician, Loyiso Bala with production by Jan Malan.
It featured a star-studded guest list of South African talent and top South African designers while the Vuyani Dance Group kept guests entertained on the evening.
Gela Le Roux was crowned first princess and Mankoana Nhlebela, second princess. Candice Robbertze who raised the most funds for CANSA during her tenure as a finalist was crowned Mrs Charity.
The ladies impressed the celebrity judging panel which included former Miss South Africa and business woman - Cindy Nell-Roberts as principal judge, Vusi Zwane -Entrepreneur, Thuli Sithole -Former Miss SA, business woman Unaiza Mooideen and Business man Peet Viljoen.
Among the designers were Orapeleng Modutle Style Avenue and LISOF Fashion design school and retail education institute.
Capper will become an SABC 3 ambassador and represent South Africa at Mrs World, hosted this December in Johannesburg at Emperors Palace.
She walks away with prizes to the value of R1-million from Mrs South Africa official sponsors: Tammy Taylor, Lamelle, CATRICE, Caribbean Tan, Thandar Inc, MPact, Gerald Wells, Wella Professional, System Professional, Batsumi Travel, Nomination and Deetlefs.