Ronnie Negus, best known for her role on the hit series ‘The Real Housewives of Vancouver’, is making inspiring lifestyle changes and sharing her experience with love, sobriety, and aging with women around the world. Ronnie got caught up in the drama of working on a TV series that encouraged drinking and partying for ratings, resulting in longtime relationships unraveling, and her drinking being exposed to up the ratings. Since the show wrapped, her marriage has dissolved, like many of the housewives on the popular TV series brand. The statistics of the number of the ‘Housewives’ cast members who have been divorced is shocking. Sadly, Ronnie is one of the statistics. It hasn’t been easy for her, as she says she was married to her ‘best friend’, but that all dissolved after the show ended.
Ronnie is now willing to share her private struggle, which played out publically on television, by opening up about overcoming her issues with alcohol and the breakup of her marriage.
Sober for three years and turning 50 in September, Ronnie is using this milestone to spread an important message to her: that no matter what they have been through, there is always a way to turn your life around in a positive way. Her lifestyle has significantly improved since she has stopped drinking, and she is hoping to help others accomplish the same. Using herself as an example, Ronnie talks to groups and shares her story on social media to women and men around the world. As the Vancouver Housewives series has aired in countries ranging from England to Australia, her fan base is global, and she has been sharing her help and experience worldwide.
As a lifelong advocate of health and wellness, Ronnie encourages others to incorporate proper nutrition and exercise into their lifestyles. An icon of natural beauty, Ronnie is collaborating to launch Ronnie Negus-endorsed supplements.
Ronnie has a passion for home décor and fashion. She has renovated and designed a number of homes, including her current waterfront home on the shores of the Pacific in West Vancouver. In her travels, she has made many international fashion friends that include designers Stella McCartney and Paul Tracey.
Ronnie is also an involved community member and philanthropist. She sat on the Board of Directors for the BC Centre for Ability, a cause she donated her salary from the television series to. She has also contributed to the BC Children’s Hospital. A longtime Seahawks fan, she now sits on the Seattle Seahawks’ 12 North Sports Classic, helping to raise money for Special Olympics and other causes. The event brings together celebrities and professional athletes from various sports to British Columbia, Canada every summer for a series of unique, fun events. Over the last 9 years, they have raised over $100,000 through the event, and hosted sports clinics that have engaged more than 2,000 youth.
Although helping others is a passion of hers, Ronnie’s most important work is that of being a mother to her four children.
Ronnie is eager to continue sharing her journey, in an effort to inspire others. She is available for speaking engagements upon request.
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