It's no secret that the Real Housewives are much more than that, with impressive and varied careers. Meghan King Edmonds, joins Real Housewives of Orange County in Season 10 after guest appearances in Season 9 and is often described as as a formal model. The #CoolStepmom is married to former professional baseball player Jim Edmonds, who played with the Cardinals, Angels, Cubs, and many other teams. She's also not the only person in her family to catch fame — Meghan's brother RJ King models, her sister Caitlin King is a model and former Amazing Race contestant, while her other sister Julie King is a professional soccer player with the Boston Breakers! They're clearly a photogenic family that's built for success. In addition to the Real Housewives, Meghan also appeared on the reality documentary series Resale Royalty for Self, which followed a very specific part of the St. Louis fashion world.
So, what were Meghan King Edmonds' modeling days like? It seems as though this was only one aspect of her career, she also worked for years selling medical equipment, but she definitely has the talent for it. Is anyone else getting a, like, chill Betty Draper vibe from her? Here are a few peeks at her former life over the years.
The Very Beginning
Meghan King's first job was very 2004.
On The Runway
The Missouri native is looking very sleek and at home.
A Model Family
Here is a gorgeous picture from Meghan and Jim Edmonds' October wedding. The hunt for the gown was, of course, documented on a different Bravo series — Say Yes To The Dress.
Back In Front Of The Camera
Well, aside from all the television cameras.
Demonstrating Her Products
Meghan King Edmonds' beauty line, Sweat Cosmetics, is for women on the go. However, it's not just for looking cute while working out — the makeup also protects from the sun, which is very important!
Rocking A New Look
Just in case the RHOC star wasn't cool enough, she got these bright pink locks to honor her husband's first wife and the mother of his eldest daughter, who recently passed after a battle with cancer.
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