Jacqueline MARQUEZ
Playboy Australia|December 2019
Hello my name is Jacqueline Marquez I go by Jackie (for short) first of all I want to thank Playboy Australia Magazine for giving me the opportunity of being on the December’s 2019 front cover.

Describe yourself in three words

Caring for my family and others, outgoing, I’m very picky in general especially with food.

Were you excited to shoot for Playboy?

I was really excited.

What was it like starting out as a model?

I started modeling for car shows at a young age meet some good photographers lead me into traveling wish is something I love and enjoy doing

What would you consider to be your biggest challenge as a model so far?

My biggest Challenge as a model so far is being and staying in shape.

Describe your perfect day off when you are not modelling?

My perfect day off is either relaxing or running errands making sure what needs to get done gets done that day.

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