Facts of Joanna Gaines
|Date of Birth :|
|Age :||39 years old|
|Family Name :||Gaines|
|Birth Place :||United States|
|Birth Sign :||Aries|
|Net Worth||$ 1 million|
|Weight in KG||55 kg|
|Children||Emmie, Duke, Ella and Drake|
|TV Show||Fixed Upper|
Joanna Gaines is a well-known journalist widely known as the host of HGTV's Fixer Upper alongside her husband, Chip Gaines. As owners of Magnolia Homes in Waco, Texas, she has been flipping, remodeling and fixing up homes along with her partner for more than a decade. She is happily married to Chip Gaines and has four children.
Early Life and Education
A prominent face of the television world, Joanna Gaines is a daughter of Jerry Stevens. She was born on 19th April 1978, in Kansas, United States. She grew up in Texas and spent most of her childhood days in Texas. She belongs to the mixed ethnicity and holds an American nationality.
Her parents met in South Korea, before moving to Kansas. Joanna's father is half Lebanese and half German, and her mother is Korean.
Gaines holds a degree of bachelor’s in communications from Baylor University. Joanna completed her graduation from Baylor University with a degree in Communications. Following her graduation, she opened a boutique store in 2003.
In the starting of her career, Gaines interned at CBS News in New York City. Till now she has worked on 100 homes combining with her husband.
Jonna interest towards remodeling houses encouraged her to pursue her career in the construction field. Later, she met her husband with same passion and duo runs a reality television series Fixer Upper which was telecast on HGTV.
Prior to Fixer Upper, Joanna previously used to work in an all you can eat buffet named Magnolia Homes, but now the buffet is owned by the duo.
Joanna and her husband together have recently launched a product called Hearth and Hand line with Magnolia Brand. The brand went on sale on November 04, 2017.
The collection includes more than 300 items. It includes throwing pillows, tote bags, gift wrap, and vases & drinkware matching to family pajamas sets. Most of the items range under $30.
Joanna is a married woman and has four children. She tied the knot with her longtime boyfriend, Chip Gaines. She met Chip at her dad's Firestone store. After dating a year, they turned their relationship into a marriage. Their marriage was solemnized amidst a small ceremony with the presence of their family and friends.
The well-known businesswoman and reality TV star married Chip Gaines in 2003. Her husband is a businessman and her on-screen partner. They both attended the same University but did not meet there.
The duo owned and operate the remodeling, and design business Magnolia Homes where Joanna served as the lead designer for the company. Moreover, Joanna and her husband are the hosts of HGTV’s program named Fixer Upper.
This lovely couple has four children, Emmie Gaines, Duke Gaines, Ella Gaines and Drake Gaines and Joanna is pregnant with her fifth child who expected to be born in mid-2018.
Till now none of them has reported being involved in any kind of extramarital affairs and the news of couple getting separated is out of a picture and also not either seems to get heard in the future as well, looking at their good bond.
By preserving and highlighting the character of each home, Joanna keeps things original and one of a kind. Her passion is to create functional rooms that inspire and encourage others to own their space.
Net worth and Height
The 39-year-old reality star stands with the height of 5 feet 7 inches. The couple has earned a big chunk of the net worth from their hit program, Fixer Upper, as it earns $30,000 per episode including the unrevealed salary from HGTV.
Gaines has the total net worth of $8 million. The couple has worked on more than 100 homes. The people who purchase their homes have a budget around $200,000 and are willing to pay $30,000 for renovations.
Similarly, the Magnolia umbrella adds a huge fortune to their net worth: Mongolia Homes is Joanna and Chips's renovation business; Magnolia Realty is their real estate agency selling houses in the cities like Fort Worth, Houston, Waco, Austin, Dallas, and San Antonio.
The duo also owns Magnolia Journal which is a quarterly magazine with more than 700,000 subscribers paying $20 per year; Magnolia Silos, a boutique deals with selling food truck-cuisine and home decor. Adding to the list, Magnolia House, a vacation home which charges $600 a night.Edit