January 26, 2011 by Post Team
Sophie Monk, Sophie Monk, Australian pop singer, model and actress, announced her engagement to businessman JIMMY ESEBAG, whose company “United Licensing Group, owns the rights to the Play boy brand. 31-year-old Monk, who was formerly a member of the band Bardot, also appeared in a number of recent films, such as the comedy “Date Movie” and “Click.”
Speaking on Australian radio this week 2DayFM, Monk said, “I’m engaged!” It feels good. I think you know when you know. ” Her new boyfriend, 50 years Esebag, is chairman of the Group of licenses and is also involved with the Elite Modelling Agency. Monk revealed that her husband be of French origin and that the couple had been friends for a while before meeting. She was previously engaged to record producer Benji Madden, but the couple broke off their relationship in 2008.
Sophie Monk, who was also romantically linked to the television personality Ryan Seacrest, recently posted a message on her Facebook page saying: “It’ll be a good year. My best friend of a long, long time partner happens to be my soul’s funny how life takes you where you are ultimately destined to be. ”
Sophie Monk has announced her engagement to businessman Jimmy Esebag.
The Australian pop singer and model, and Esebag had been friends for a while before meeting. Monk, 31, said she welcomes the commitment.
Speaking on Australian radio this week 2DayFM, Monk said, “I’m engaged!” It feels good. I think you know when you know. ”
Esebag, 50, is the head of United Licensing Group, which owns the rights to the Play boy brand.
Monk has already been engaged to record producer Benji Madden, but he broke in 2008.
The actress has recently on her Facebook page, “” It’ll be a good year my best friend of a long, long time partner happens to be my soul. Funny how life takes you where you are ultimately destined to be. ”
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