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Tammy Hembrow is an Australian fitness expert, social media personality, and a businesswoman too. Her exercises and diet to make a fit and sexy body is the talk of the town. She with the help of her fitness videos influence many other women.
Tammy Hembrow – Wiki, Parents, Age (24 Years)
Tammy Hembrow was born on 22 April 1994, in Australia. She has citizenship of Australia and ethnicity is mixed (Australian, Trinidadian). Her family has a total of nine members Mark (father), Amy Hembrow – Emilee Hembrow (Older Sister), Starlet Hembrow – Ava Hembrow (Younger Sister), Maximus Hembrow (Younger Brother). Her mother’s and another younger brother’s name is unknown.
Tammy’s educational background hasn’t been disclosed. Though she has attended college and was pursuing a Business Degree, she never completed her studies. Instead, her focus was diverted in fitness and other works. Now at the age of 24, this lady is the mom of two kids and is a popular media personality.
Tammy Hembrow – Career as YouTuber and Fitness Expert, Net Worth
Tammy Hembrow never finished her academics. As her sisters were also involved in social media, she also started to flaunt her body on social sites. Her fabulous body attracted attention from the viewers and slowly, Tammy started to uploads her videos in professional ways. Soon she was followed by millions of fans on Instagram and YouTube on her fitness journey’s videos.
Her fame and name started to rise and because of her distinctive body features, many brands started to offer her endorsements. Some of them are Women’s Best, Fashion Nova, Bondi Sands, Hoaka Swimwear, Oh Polly, and Good American. She with the help of her videos and tips want to help other women. On her site, Tammy has quoted,
“I want to teach women how to train for their goals and use food as fuel so they can work towards being stronger, healthier and happier.”
As an entrepreneur, she also has opened clothing designed for workouts and other athletic activities called Saski Collection. However, she hasn’t made her TV or film debut but we hope to see her flaunting her body on screens soon.
With all the professional works, Tammy along with her kids is living a healthy and luxurious life. She to promote a protein shake brand (Women’s Best) gets a salary of approx $45,000 per month. Her earnings as a vlogger from social media are decent. Sources have estimated her net worth around $2 million.
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Tammy Hembrow – Social Media Star
Tammy Hembrow through her poses and fitness tips is covering the social networking sites. She is active on every social site and educates the viewers to become fit and healthy. Her official Instagram has a whopping number of followers around 9.3 m. She also has a YouTube channel with more than 1311k subscribers.
Tammy has unofficial Twitter and Facebook accounts that have approx 43.9 k and 43.2k followers. She has proved herself a social media influencer through her motivating fitness videos and tips.
Tammy Hembrow – Relationship and Break-up Reactions
Tammy Hembrow who is at present single hasn’t married anyone yet. But she once had a fiance who is a personal trainer Reece Hawkins. They together gave birth to two children, son Wolf (2015) and a daughter Saskia (2016). Their first child was born before their engagement in 2016. Everything was going very smooth and this couple constantly uploads their family’s photos on social media.
But on 8 June 2018, Tammy officiate their break up on YouTube. She gave an explanation about her split with Reece by saying,
“You have a picture of what you think your life is going to be like and then circumstances change and people change too,’ she explained. We were young when we got together and still figuring things out. I think when people are weighing in on your personal life while you’re trying to understand things yourself it can feel like a lot of pressure.”
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