On Thursday, the life of Sienna Weir, who was a model and a finalist in the 2022 Miss Universe Australia competition, was cut short in a horrific accident. It is thought that she passed away as a result of an accident that occurred while she was riding a horse.
According to the Daily Mail, the incident took place some time in the recent past. This week, however, Sienna’s family came to the conclusion that it was best to remove her from life support.
It is believed that she was riding at the Windsor Polo Grounds in Richmond, New South Wales, when her horse fell and knocked her unconscious. The 23-year-old woman was riding at the time.
Sienna was one of 27 contestants who competed for the title of Miss Universe Australia in the previous year. Maria Thattil, a well-known author and media personality, was the winner of this renowned pageant in 2020.
Gold Coast Magazine conducted an interview with Sienna when it was announced that she was one of the finalists. During the course of the interview, Sienna was completely open and honest about her passion for horses and horseback riding.
She told the publication, “I have a deep and unmoving love for show jumping.” “I have a deep and unmoving love for show jumping.”
Since I was three years old, I’ve been riding horses, and I simply cannot fathom my life without this activity.
“I travel to rural Sydney between twice a week and three times a week to train, and I compete around New South Wales or further afield in Australia every other weekend.”
On Friday, her old management company, Scoop Management, paid tribute to its former client on Instagram with the remark, “Forever in our hearts.”
In the comments portion of the post, several people expressed their sympathies for the loss of Madi Edwards, including fellow Australian models Lily More and Madi Edwards.
Chris Dwyer, a photographer from Australia who had worked with Sienna in the past, reflected on their time together in a series of stories. Chris Dwyer also reflected on their time together.
“Hope that wherever you are, you’re still being the gremlin that we all know and love so much. “I’m already missing you so terribly,” he wrote to her.
Sienna had just finished up her studies at Sydney University, where she earned a double degree in English literature and psychology. She had just recently graduated.
During this tremendously trying time, we are keeping her family, friends, and coworkers in our thoughts and prayers.