Law graduate turned reality TV star turned Instagram influencer, Stacey Hampton, has now signed with a major modelling agency!
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The excited Married At First Sight star revealed the exciting news on Instagram, confirming she'll now be represented by Neon Model Management— an agency that promotes Instagram influencers and looks after international TV stars from shows like Love Island and Vanderpump Rules.
Since the mother-of-two was thrust into the spotlight, she's been soaking up her 15 minutes of fame, revealing she plans to use her platform to make a difference.
During a recent Instagram Live, the controversial bride said she's decided to start her own not-for-profit charity which will help raise awareness for those battling with mental health issues.
"I've got a lot of good friends [around me] and I'm focusing on my children, my career and what I want to do next. I want to do something good out of all of this and start a charity.
"It's a non-profit charity that I'm launching hopefully by the 1st of July.
Hoping to educate the fan base she's scored since appearing on the dating experiment, Stacey continued: "I want to do something with my platform. I don't want to just sell teeth whitening stuff. Melbourne is where I'm setting up my not-for-profit, that's why I'm regularly there. I think Melbourne has a lot more to offer [than Adelaide]."
Her relationship with Michael ended after she allegedly cheated.
"It's up to me and I'm in the position where I have the law degree, but I want to do something better with my life at the moment. My children are still a bit young. Not many law firms like to take on people who only want three days a week," said the single mum who shares two children, Kosta and Kruz, with her Rebels bikie ex.
"If I did five days a week then I feel like I'm not being fair on my children and I'm not there for them. Being a single parent has impacted me quite a lot, but I'm also so blessed and wouldn't have my life any other way."
Stacey has a law degree under her belt.
Going on to discuss the challenges of studying while taking care of young children, the Stacey— who was awarded a Bachelor of Laws from the University of South Australia in 2017— also thanked her ex for stepping up to the plate.
"I had a very supportive network. Their dad was very supportive. My mum was very supportive. And their godmother, who I went through law school with, was also very supportive. We would do the same classes, study together and make sure we'd go to the exams together," she added.