Welcome Diana Jenkins48, to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills! After the popular Bravo show was announced, brought in two new housewivesDiana and Will Smith‘s ex-wife Sheree Zampino54 years old, fans are wondering about these two new diamond owners and what they have to offer the franchise.
In the trailer, Diana can be seen mingling with other women, described as “Brigitte Bardot“Vibrations by Dorit Kemsley and showed off “a lot of Cartier”, saying Kyle Richards. “It’s called nouveau riche!” exclaimed Diana.
Furthermore in the trailer, Sutton Stracke calling her “the one without a soul,” to which Diana symbolically retorted, “Need a new villain? I’m here!”
Who then? To be This “new villain” of RHOBH? Here are five things to know about the blonde beauty making her way to our screens on season 12 of the RHOBH.
She is from Bosnia
Diana was born and raised in Bosnia-Herzegovina (commonly known as Bosnia), a country on the Balkan peninsula in southeastern Europe. Based on her Wikipedia pageDiana fled the country during the Siege of Sarajevo during the Bosnian war in the mid-1990s and moved to London, where she continued her studies at City University, London.
She is a businesswoman
Diana is the CEO of lifestyle beverage company Neuro Brands. After graduating in Computer Science and Economics, she acquired the Melissa Odabash swimwear line and then continued to launch Nervous brand in 2009. “I did everything myself: the concept, the design, the branding, the packaging, and then I got the scientists to come up with the recipe,” she says. Guardians company in 2009.
Diana also founded D Empire Entertainment in 2011. The company was described as a “full-service music label” providing established and emerging artists with tools for media strategy, branding, recording and more. so more.
She recently moved to Hidden Hills, California
Although Diana owns two companies of her own, but most of her fortune from her marriage to the British financier Roger “Big Dog” Jenkinsa man once described as the highest paid banker in the UK, Dust. The couple married in 1999, divorced in 2011, but Diana still lives in their $87 million Malibu home. That was until earlier this year when the Bosnian beauty sold the mansion to her next-door neighbor and moved into a smaller property – for $13 million – in Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley.
For real estate – can be seen here – it is still quite convenient and certainly ideal for a Bravo housewife. The property offers sweeping views of the hills, a dark bottom infinity pool, floating stairs, chevron-patterned floors, etc. We can’t wait to see the interior of the house next season!
She does humanitarian and charity work
Diana is also known for her charitable and humanitarian efforts. Over the past 20 years, she’s helped launch numerous advocacy programs such as UCLA’s Sanela Diana Jenkins Human Rights Project and the Jenkins-Penn Haiti Relief Foundation, which she originally founded with the actor. Sean Penn.
In 2009, she said this to Guardians about her Irnis Catic Foundation in Bosnia, “I realized that everything is really known there, but not here. That I have to do something more. Because Bosnia has not recovered. It’s not because a lot of things are unfinished. There is still a lot of unfinished business. A lot of families didn’t get their closure. A lot of people didn’t continue. Even though it’s a stable country, it’s still just, like, 10 to 15 years ago. Everyone has lost everything.”
She has two children
Diana has two children with her ex-husband, daughter Eneya and son Innis Jenkins. Diana posts many loving and sweet pictures with her children on her Instagram, but the two also have their own social feeds. Eneya is a professional equestrian and has taken many photos of her events (and other personal photos) while Innis likes keep things less importantpost a photo and just write “Art” in his bio.