Lauren Pesce Sorrentino Net Worth, Career, Personal And Early Life
Lauren Pesce Sorrentino is not just a well-known fashion and beauty blogger and Instagram celebrity, but she is also Mike Sorrentino’s official husband. He is a television personality best known by the moniker “The Situation.” He hosts his reality programme, “Jersey Shore,” which was premiered by MTV.
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Lauren Pesce was born on 10th of January, in the year 1985 in New Jersey, United States of America. She is thus an American citizen, and her zodiac sign is Capricorn. Lauren’s parents, who have been married for almost 35 years, have three daughters – Melissa is her older sister, and Michelle is her younger sister, who served as her Maid of Honor during Lauren’s wedding ceremony.
Mary Elizabeth Pesce is her mother’s name, but her father’s identity remains unknown. Lauren comes from a devout household, and she has attended church every Sunday since she was a little girl. She is still a devout Catholic and has a godson, Luca Joseph, the younger son of her sister Melissa and her nephew. In one of her YouTube videos, Lauren said that her family is her greatest source of motivation and energy. According to the number of images she has taken with her parents and sisters, they still spend a lot of time together on holidays and informal events.
Lauren graduated from her neighbourhood high school in New Jersey in 2003 and subsequently enrolled at LIM (Laboratory Institute of Merchandising) College in New York City’s Midtown Manhattan. The institution, founded in 1939, is renowned for its high-quality education programmes in sectors such as fashion, business, and retail. Lauren earned a bachelor’s degree in fashion merchandising in 2007. Additionally, she attended Brookdale Community College in Monmouth County, New Jersey.
Lauren began working in the fashion industry throughout her undergraduate years, as she is enthusiastic about anything connected to fashion. She was hired as an intern at Elle magazine, where she gained more insight into the fashion world. Later in her career, she worked at Saks as an Associate Buyer for Giuseppe Zanotti, one of the world’s most renowned shoe designers. Lauren afterwards tried her hand as an entrepreneur and was successful in the real estate market, earning over $44,000 per year. She also operates her own Instagram account, which has almost a million followers, and another fashion blog, “TheStyleBAE” (where BAE stands for ‘Before Anything Else’). Still, she doesn’t have the time to update it as often as necessary to maintain its audience appeal.
Lauren Pesce and Mike Sorrentino met as college sweethearts in 2004 at Brookdale Community College, where they both took math courses. Mike explains in their video “GET TO KNOW THE SITUATIONS || COUPLES TAG” that he now realises Lauren was deceiving him, saying she didn’t understand Math and duplicating his assignments to spend time with him. Lauren chuckles, explaining that she was rather excellent at Maths since she was a buyer and had no option; in fact, she even identified errors in Mike’s papers and rectified them covertly. Their first date occurred on Memorial Day when Mike hosted a family gathering to which Lauren was invited as a guest.
Additionally, the pair recalls their first kiss in 2004 in Mike’s old black BMW. Mike said that he was the first to declare ‘I love you,’ while Lauren was more reserved and wanted to feel secure in their relationship before revealing her true sentiments. The pair, who had been together for over 15 years, were engaged in April 2018 and married on 1 November. Their wedding song was Lana Del Rey’s “Young and Beautiful,” The ceremony and all of the preparations were taped on Mike’s reality programme “Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars.” Lauren then took to Instagram to post several backstage photographs and videos from the wedding.
Lauren’s net worth is close to $4 million, collected over the previous decade via her different business ventures. Mike Sorrentino, her spouse, is reported to have a net worth of roughly $300,000; during the height of his success, Mike earned up to $150,000 every episode of “Jersey Shore,” and his total net worth was thought to be over $10 million. He was, however, ordered to pay nearly $9 million in compensation after his conviction for tax evasion. Mike is readjusting to life outside of jail and profit from his clothing brand “The Sitch Store” and other commercial contracts.