|Original Name||Jennifer Hawkins|
|Net Worth||$12 million|
|Source of Income||Modeling and TV Presenter|
Jennifer Hawkins, became popular since achieving the Miss Universe crown in 2004, is said to hold the net worth of $5 million.
She owns a two-storey home in 2007 costing $620,000. She sold her three-bedroom home for about $730,000 earlier in 2015. In addition to it, she also sold her property in Newcastle, which was on the beachside surrounded by excellent environment. However, to add to her wealth she is now planning to buy a residence in Newport.
Jennifer is reported to be the highest paid models in the world.
Jennifer Hawkins is the popular Australian model and she is also an entrepreneur. Besides adding to her net worth through her career in modeling and business, she is also a popular TV presenter and the brand ambassador. This beauty queen is also crowned Miss Universe Australia. All these sources and credits earn her a huge amount of income, while making her a millionaire with huge competition among other top models in the industry.
Jennifer Hawkins was born in New South Wales. She is currently residing in Sydney and working as the host of the Net Top Model of Australia.
Jennifer attended did her high school in West Wallsend. During her school days, she made was engaged in many activities and she was also the former cheerleader of the Newcastle Knights Rugby League team.
She was also the cheerleader for the Hunter Pirates basketball team. However, with her passion in modeling, she simultaneously worked as a model and concentrated more on getting to the top position.
Jennifer Hawkins joined a dance team and was working as a choreographer. She specializes in the Hip Hop and Ballet dance.
Before winning the Miss Universe 2004 crown, she was in the sixth place. However, in the final competition, she was the first Australian to win. On winning the Miss Universe crown, she got many contracts from television and top brands to work as an ambassador. In this array, she sighed with Seven Network at Melbourne Cup Carnival in 2004. She also became the regular presenter of the Network’s travel show from 2006. She was nominated for the Most Popular New Female Talent