STEVE JOB’S daughter Eve Jobs has just revealed her latest career move.
The daughter of the Apple co-founder is following a different path to her tech obsessed dad.Eve Jobs has announced a big career move[/caption]
Eve, who is 23-years-old, told her Instagram followers that she’s just signed to a new modelling agency.
She posted a stunning headshot of herself and wrote: “now represented by @dnamodels.”
DNA Model Management is a huge step for Eve.
The firm also represents major models like Emily Ratajkowski and Kaia Gerber.
Eve is the youngest child of Steve Jobs and billionaire investor Laurene Powell Jobs.
The Apple co-founder had two daughters and one son with Powell Jobs and had one daughter with American painter and author Chrisann Brennan.
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Eve was only 13-years-old when her famous father passed away.
Steve Jobs died from a rare form of pancreatic cancer in 2011.
He was just 56-years-old.
Eve is a Stanford University graduate and also an accomplished equestrian.
She made her modelling runway debut at Paris Fashion Week in 2021.
Despite her dad leaving behind a $21.7billion (£16.5billion) fortune, Eve and her siblings aren’t said to have inherited this wealth.
Their mother told The New York Times in 2013: “I inherited my wealth from my husband, who didn’t care about the accumulation of wealth.
“I’m not interested in legacy wealth buildings, and my children know that.
“Steve wasn’t interested in that. If I live long enough, it ends with me.”Eve Jobs modelled at Paris Fashion Week in 2021[/caption]
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Elon Musk has warned the EU to restart dormant nuclear power plants as fears over an energy shortage in Europe continue to grow.
And, the SpaceX billionaire is unhappy with President Joe Biden yet again but this time it’s about the State of the Union address.
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