Nina Ali is a social media influencer who is presently a cast member on Bravo TV’s blockbuster ‘Real Housewives’ reality TV franchise. After she got cast directly from Bravo’s primary casting call for ‘The Real Housewives of Dubai,‘ she became an instant social media sensation.
Nina Ali was born in Lebanon and migrated with her family to Austin, Texas, when she was just four years old. It’s where she grew up, went to school, and would probably still be if a family friend hadn’t shown Munaf Ali her photograph years ago. Nina moved to Dubai three weeks following the couple’s December 2010 wedding. Nina and Munaf are still married, even though the date of their wedding has not been made public. Nour, Ayan, and Sophia are the three offspring of the happy couple’s marriage.
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What is Nina Ali’s worth?
Nina Ali’s net worth in 2022 is unclear at this time. Her business, on the other hand, is without a doubt her primary source of income. She is the face of the viral Instagram account “@LipstickMommy,” and she owns and manages “Fruit Cake,” a cake store in Dubai that sells fresh, high-quality fruit cakes. Her fortune is also growing as a result of various media appearances and corporate endorsements. The influencer has 521k followers on her official Instagram page as of May 2022, suggesting that she is quite active on social media. She chatted with Bazaar in October 2016 about her future intentions. Her transformation on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar Junior into a fantasy diva is fitting for Dolce & Gabbana’s autumn/winter 2016 collection, which has references to mythological princesses ranging from Cinderella to Snow White. She stated at the time that she intended her social media platforms to remain a place for women to come and appreciate the fashionable – and not-so-styled – images, as well as partake in the parenting experience.
Nina Ali, also known as “Lipstick Mommy,” has over 521,000 Instagram followers and provides the most stunning photographs of life in Dubai’s higher echelons. Last year, she threw a spectacular Halloween party for Sergio and Caroline Stanbury, as well as other potential cast members and their partners. Her spouse, Munaf Ali, is the CEO of the Phoenix shop, which is one of the top cryptocurrency mining hardware retailers and a Bitmain exclusive sales partner in the Middle East. She is also affiliated with the TR88HOUSE entertainment and food center, as well as the bar and restaurant 88 Terrace.
Why did Nina Ali move to Dubai?
Nina Ali married Munaf Ali, whom she met through her cousin’s brother-in-law. She revealed, “We met through [a family member] who lived in Dubai.” After seeing her photo, Munaf courted her. Nina says that Munaf “flew all the way around the world, just to take me to dinner.” Munaf’s efforts paid off. The pair began dating long distance, with the Dubai-based CEO flying from the Middle East to meet Nina every three or four weeks.“He would only be there to see me for a few days, and then when we were apart we would speak daily, on the phone and Skype.” she recalls in an interview with Bazaar.
Nina moved to Dubai three weeks following the couple’s December 2010 wedding. “My family was heartbroken,” she recalls. “My dad tried so hard to convince my husband to move to Austin. I had lived at home my whole life, so to pack up and move to the other side of the world was hard for everyone. I talk to my mum every day. She’s my best friend – thank goodness for FaceTime! ” Nina and Munaf are still married, however, the date of their wedding was never made public.
Nina Ali now runs several enterprises and is poised to feature in ‘The Real Housewives of Dubai,’ the show’s first international episode, which will air on Bravo on Wednesday, June 1 at 9:00 p.m. EST.