Jennifer Hawkins modelling Cozi on location in South Africa for Myer Spring Summer campaign 2012/13. The shoot took place in Palace of the Lost City, Sun City, a few hours from Johannesburg. Jen wears Blue Leopard Bikini Top ($59.95), and Blue Leopard Bikini Top ($59.95). Pic. Alex Coppel Pic. Alex Coppel
The Daily Telegraph reports
With her hens party done and dusted, Jennifer Hawkins is not expected to be one of the long list of brides who opts for a wedding in beautiful Bali, or possibly even Thailand - no matter how sublime such a setting would be.
In fact the latest rumour is that Hawkins plans to wed Jake Wall in the US at the beginning of next month.
Could that be just over a week away, with a date of June 8 suggested?
The former Miss Universe must be feeling very, very nervous and excited.
Sadly for all of those who were still wishing and hoping for an invite to the Australian wedding of the year, it looks like the intimate guest list is definitely closed.
Hawkins and her fiance have kept details of their impending nuptials a secret, having signed a lucrative deal with a women's magazine for the exclusive - believed to be more than $100,000 and brokered by manager Sean Anderson, who also manages Jodi Anasta and was behind her magazine deal when she married football star Braith Anasta in Bali.
Of her upcoming wedding, Hawkins has said: "There are rumours about the location and what dress I'll wear, but the only people that know are my family."
She's also hired a wedding planner to ensure her big day runs smoothly.
"You don't hire a planner for your life, but you hire a wedding planner to handle all the stressful moments for that," Hawkins said. "Everyone keeps asking me, like in the street, 'are you really stressed?', but all I keep thinking is bringing all the family together and being with Jake on the honeymoon."
Hawkins, 29, celebrated her hens party in Sydney recently.
"This is such a busy period," she said. "I've had my hens night, Jake's 30th and my best friend's birthday party, so it's been hard. For my hens, my friends organised cocktails and a few cheeky male dancers. It was crazy fun and I had the time of my life."