A professional Pansexual model Aweng Chuol happily married her wife and revealed the news via her Twitter account.
Aweng Chuol is a South Sudanese model.
She is bisexual and is also an outspoken supporter of LGBT rights.
In 2020, she will appear in Beyonce’s Black is King alongside Jay-Z and mother, Tina Knowles-Lawson, Naomi Campbell, Lupita Nyong’o, Kelly Rowland, Pharrell Williams, model Adut Akech, and many more.
Aweng Chuol Wife Alexus: Is She Divorced?
Being bisexual, Aweng Chuol is married to a wife named Alexis.
The couple got married on December 12, 2019.
Aweng Chuol, a South Sudanese model, married her fiancé Alexis just weeks after the pair became engaged.
On December 12, 2019, the pair held a private wedding ceremony.
To announce their marriage, she posted photos from the ceremony on social media.
Aweng took to Twitter to share a snapshot of herself and her wife with the message, ‘Married my closest friend today.
The couple is now living happily, and there is no information revealed about their split and divorce yet.
What Is Aweng Chuol Net Worth?
Aweng Chuol’s net worth is estimated to be in millions.
However, there are no exact details about her sources of income.
Aweng Chuol Age: How Old Is She?
Aweng Chuol’s age is currently 21 years old.
She was born in 1999; however, the information regarding when she celebrates her birthday each year.
The model was born in the Kakuma refugee camp in Turkana, Kenya, and relocated to Sydney, Australia, when she was seven.
Aweng is a Sudanese-Australian who was reared in Australia after being born in Kenya.
She is, however, presently based in the United States.
She is a woman of ordinary height, although she looks to be extremely tall in her photographs.
She stands at 5feet 9.5inches tall and also weighs 50 kg.
Her additional physical measurements are as follows: Bust-9, Waist-9, Hips-13, and Shoe Size-7.
The model is also famous for her attractive gray eyes.
Aweng Chuol Wikipedia Bio
The New York-based model Aweng Chuol is a law student.
There isn’t much information available about Aweng’s family, including her parents.
However, her parents escaped the Sudanese civil war while her mother was pregnant.
Aweng’s father was a child soldier in the First Sudanese Civil War, which lasted from 1955 to 1972, and subsequently fought as an adult in the Second Sudanese Civil War, which lasted from 1983 to 2005.
Aweng has never been able to travel to her parent’s homeland.