Lizzie Rovsek is an American television personality and fashion model, best known for her appearance on Bravo's The Real Housewives of Orange County. She is also the 1998 Miss Kentucky Teen USA pageant winner.
Lizzie was born as Elizabeth Ann Arnold on February 1, 1980, in Kentucky, the United States of America, to Benjamin A. Arnold and Margaret Angela Arnold. She has two siblings, one brother Matt Arnold and one sister Becky Peralta.
Lizzie, who completed her graduation in fashion designing from the University of Kentucky, won Miss Kentucky Teen USA pageant in 1998. She was also crowned by Miss Kentucky USA in 2002.
The model hosted an NBA All-Star game in 2004 but she didn't start her acting career until 2006 when she got a small role in a feature film Stand by Your Man. Besides, she has also starred on The Crying Museum and Cut Off.
The fashion designer also owns a swimwear business 'Sun Kitten Swimwear'. Lizzie is one of the primary casts of The Real Housewives of Orange County since 2014, which also stars Vicki Gunvalson, Jeana Keough, Tamra Judge, and others in the lead. She has appeared on the Bravo hit series alongside actress Tamra Judge.
Lizzie Rovsek was once a married woman. She was married to a real state investor Christian Rovsek. The former couple got married in 2009, and they share two children, both sons, Kingston and Preston together.
They enjoyed a romantic marital relationship for eight years, however, on October 19, 2017, the Bravo star filed for divorce against her husband but didn't cite the reason for their split.
Despite the duo's divorce, multiple sources confirmed in December 2018 that they are living together.
Talking about Lizzie's salary and earnings, the RHOC personality earns a massive amount of money from her modeling and acting career. With her talent and skills, she has established herself a lavish lifestyle.
It's unclear how much money Lizzie gets paid from The Real Housewives of Orange County. However, according to celebritynetworth.com, she has an estimated net worth of $25 million.