By Ilaria Brophy For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 03:37 BST, 5 June 2019 | Updated: 08:06 BST, 5 June 2019
She said she plans to retire by the age of 40 in an interview with The Daily Telegraph in June last year.
And one year later, Jesinta Franklin (nee Campbell) has spoken again about her early retirement plans, telling The Morning Show on Wednesday exactly what she plans to do with her time after stepping out of the spotlight.
The 27-year-old model said she hopes to stop working at the age of 40 so she can commit her time to 'charity work' and 'making a difference'.
'My husband will retire football at 36 so I figured I would, you know, kind of have to be not far behind him,' she said before clarifying: 'No, for me it was more retiring from what I'm doing now'.
'My absolute goal would be to commit 100 per cent of my time to charity work and to be able to do things that really make a difference,' she added.
The model explained she wants to set herself up financially by the end of her 30s.
'My husband will retire football at 36 so I figured I should join him!' Model Jesinta Franklin, 27, (pictured) spoke about her plans to retire by the age of 40 on The Morning Show this Wednesday