She may have accumulated a multi-million dollar real estate portfolio since winning Miss Universe in 2004.
But Jennifer Hawkins, 36, doesn't want to be known as a property flipper.
Speaking to WSFM's Jonesy And Amanda on Wednesday, the Beauty queen insisted that she and her builder husband Jake Wall, 37, are nothing like flippers - a term describing people who buy and quickly resell properties for the purpose of generating profit.
'Definitely not house flipping': Former Miss Universe Jennifer Hawkins, 36, (left) insisted to WSFM's Jonesy and Amanda on Wednesday that she and her builder husband Jake Wall, 37, (right) are not 'house flippers'
'We don't really house flip. I don't know where that [came from],' the mother-of-one said, adding that her decisions to purchase and offload properties have always been motivated by 'life changes' rather than profit.
'It's kind of like, we would just find an amazing piece of land. Jake's a builder so we had that passion, and then something in our life would change and we'd want to move to a different area,' she explained.
'So we would sell it after maybe three to four, five years. But it seems like a quick amount of time, but yeah, no definitely not house flipping,' Jennifer added.
'we need a house that's a little bit more kiddy friendly': The former Myer model, who welcomed her first child Frankie (pictured) in October las year, went on to explain how she's currently in the midst of another property upgrade
Modest first home: Property records show Jennifer first entered the market in 2006, purchasing this Merewether home for $469,000
On the market: She leased out the three-bedroom, two-bathroom property for much of the time it was in her name, before she eventually sold the residence for $782,000 in 2017
The former Myer model, who welcomed her first child Frankie in October las year, went on to explain how she's currently in the midst of another property upgrade after selling her Newport home for $20million in June.
'We're moving out of our house because we need a house that's a little bit more kiddy friendly. So we'll be starting that and building something that's a little bit different,' she explained.
Jennifer first entered the property market in 2006, two years after she was crowned Miss Universe.
Second investment: In January 2007, Jennifer bought another home in Newcastle's Merewether area for the sum of $620,000
Buying up the neighbourhood! Like her first property close by, the house was double-storey and featured three bedrooms and two bathrooms
The Beauty forked out $469,000 for a double-storey house in Merewether, a suburb located in her home city of Newcastle.
She leased out the three-bedroom, two-bathroom property for