Sun Kitten Swimwear Net Worth

Lizzie Rovsek Net Worth – The Real Housewives of Orange County Cast Member and Owner of Sun Kitten Swimwear

Lizzie Rovsek rose to fame after winning the Miss Kentucky Teen USA pageant and competing in Miss USA competition that same year, eventually going on to join “The Real Housewives of Orange County”. Additionally, she’s known for launching Sun Kitten Swimwear – her luxury swimwear line launched in 2010 which has gone on to be featured on shows such as Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing as well as Maxim magazine, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue and Hallmark Channel’s Marie Osmond show among many others – making it one of its biggest successes yet!

Lizzie’s primary source of income comes from her role on The Real Housewives of Orange County; though her exact salary remains undisclosed, it’s believed she made around $100,000 per episode.

Christian Rovsek of Oc real estate agency Christian Rovsek for nine years and had two sons Preston and Kingston during this time. She became full-time cast member until they separated in 2018. Although, she continues working on the show while engaging in numerous philanthropic initiatives.

Lizzie is an ambitious entrepreneur at heart and her love for fashion has inspired her to launch her own line of swimwear. Their signature garments feature diamond embellishments and retail for approximately $110. The fabric for Lizzie’s swimwear comes from Italy while China provides jewels. Indian artisans craft beadwork that completes this look. Entrepreneurialism runs in Lizzie’s bloodline as her father founded and headed up Image Analysis LLC of Kentucky.

Lizzie loves traveling with her husband and children as well as volunteering for various charities in her free time. She’s passionate about the environment and animal rights advocacy, supporting cancer as well as other chronic diseases – having survived breast cancer herself for four years herself! Protecting her family is always her top priority so she won’t hesitate to stand up against injustice or abuse when necessary.

Leave a Comment