Spotlight On Jacqueline Sappert – Supermodel On The Rise
An Austrian girl that speaks 5 languages and loves to explore the world. She’s always happy, but even happier with food and dogs around her. Besides modelling, she’s also studying psychotherapy and will be graduating from university soon.
Tell us about a bit about yourself?
I was born and raised in Vienna. I still live there. At the age of 16 I participated in a modelling contest where I won the first place and got immediately signed with an agency in Vienna. After graduating from high school, I started to travel as a model around the world. I got contracts with Agencies in Paris, Milan, Germany and other countries which allowed me to work for popular brands and shoot nice editorials for well-known Magazines.
What was your initial reaction when you were chosen to shoot for FHM?
I was extremely happy. It has been always my dream to shoot for FHM.
How do you prepare for a shoot?
Before a shooting I am working out more than usually, especially if it’s a swimwear or lingerie shooting. The evening before I do my beauty routine: face mask, hair mask, body peeling, hair removal, manicure & pedicure. After I try to rest and go to bed early so I look fresh in the morning.
Describe your perfect man
A gentleman that knows how to treat a woman and respects her. He is intelligent and has a great sense of humour. He should be creative, curious and adventurous. Most important he is not boring.
What is your ideal date?
I like when he picks me up with a little gift like flowers or chocolates. Then we would go to the cinema or to the theatre. Afterwards he would invite me to a nice dinner, then after dinner we would go somewhere to have a few drinks and depending on the mood we would continue with the night or go home. I like surprises and what’s the most important for me is to have a good conversation, to be on the same wavelength, to have fun and joke around.
What do you do for fun?
I love dancing and cooking and I read books in French to improve the language.
Tell us a bit about your most embarrassing moment
I got kicked out of a club once for making out too heavily with a guy in the toilet.
What would you say is the most difficult part about being a model?
I would say being strong and accepting criticism but not taking it too personally. It’s a tough business and you need to have a strong personality, otherwise it can also destroy you.
What are you most looking forward to doing this year?
I’m looking forward to my family holidays at the end of August. I’m going with my parents to Monaco to celebrate my Mother’s birthday.
Lastly, what is your life motto? Or a quote that means a lot to you?
My life motto is: Don’t worry, be happy! I’m a very positive minded person because I believe that everything happens for a reason. Even if you find yourself in a bad situation or things didn’t work out the way you wanted them to, be patient and accept the changes in your life.