Miss Alabama Zoe Bethel's heartbreaking final posts about living 'life to the fullest' before death

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By Carina Murphy

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Zoe Sozo Bethel's heartbreaking final posts on social media saw the pageant queen speak about wanting to live her life to the fullest.

Bethel - who was previously crowned Miss Alabama - passed away on Friday, eight days after she was involved in a undisclosed accident.

Less than a month before her accident on January 18, Bethel shared a stunning snap of herself in a red top along with a hopeful quote which she attributed to Joan of Arc.

Meanwhile, back in December, she shared another thoughtful post reflecting on her hopes for the new year.

"I was evaluating the earlier years of my life focusing on all the mistakes I've made, and the consequences of disobedience," she wrote."I felt discouraged/ disappointed with all I haven't achieved by my age. Feeling regretful."

Bethel continued: "I am reminded to look at the bigger picture and admire all that God has done for me. Focusing on his promises and remaining steady in the faith to continue this journey of life guided by him."

She finished the post by looking forward to 2022, writing: "I am hopeful for what is to come, although I struggle with planning properly (free-spirited) I intend to tackle that flaw and get a better grip of 2022!"

Bethel's family confirmed on Monday that the pageant queen had passed away in another post on her Instagram that stands in stark contrast to her previous messages of hope and optimism for the future.

"On Friday, February 18, 2022, at approximately 5:30 AM Eastern time in Miami, Florida, our beloved Zoe Sozo Bethel passed from this life into the next as a result of succumbing to her injuries," they wrote in the heartbreaking caption.

"Zoe touched the hearts of many people," they added, before commemorating about her many achievements as "the current Miss Alabama (for America Strong), a political commentator for RSBN, a Brand Ambassador for Turning Point USA, and Liberty University's Falkirk Center."

Featured Image Credit: Susan sheldon / Alamy

Miss Alabama Zoe Bethel's heartbreaking final posts about living 'life to the fullest' before death

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By Carina Murphy

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Zoe Sozo Bethel's heartbreaking final posts on social media saw the pageant queen speak about wanting to live her life to the fullest.

Bethel - who was previously crowned Miss Alabama - passed away on Friday, eight days after she was involved in a undisclosed accident.

Less than a month before her accident on January 18, Bethel shared a stunning snap of herself in a red top along with a hopeful quote which she attributed to Joan of Arc.

Meanwhile, back in December, she shared another thoughtful post reflecting on her hopes for the new year.

"I was evaluating the earlier years of my life focusing on all the mistakes I've made, and the consequences of disobedience," she wrote."I felt discouraged/ disappointed with all I haven't achieved by my age. Feeling regretful."

Bethel continued: "I am reminded to look at the bigger picture and admire all that God has done for me. Focusing on his promises and remaining steady in the faith to continue this journey of life guided by him."

She finished the post by looking forward to 2022, writing: "I am hopeful for what is to come, although I struggle with planning properly (free-spirited) I intend to tackle that flaw and get a better grip of 2022!"

Bethel's family confirmed on Monday that the pageant queen had passed away in another post on her Instagram that stands in stark contrast to her previous messages of hope and optimism for the future.

"On Friday, February 18, 2022, at approximately 5:30 AM Eastern time in Miami, Florida, our beloved Zoe Sozo Bethel passed from this life into the next as a result of succumbing to her injuries," they wrote in the heartbreaking caption.

"Zoe touched the hearts of many people," they added, before commemorating about her many achievements as "the current Miss Alabama (for America Strong), a political commentator for RSBN, a Brand Ambassador for Turning Point USA, and Liberty University's Falkirk Center."

Featured Image Credit: Susan sheldon / Alamy