The daughter of an ex-Prime Minister has apparently been spotted on a dating app – and her profile prompt suggests she could be an intimidating option for potential suitors.
Malcolm Turnbull’s daughter Daisy recently split from her husband of 10 years, ex-army officer James Brown, and now appears to be on upmarket dating app Hinge.
Daisy Turnbull’s Hinge profile title is the very direct, ‘Will respond within a minute or totally forget about it.’
Daisy Turnbull, who recently split from her husband of 10 years, appears to be using the upmarket dating app Hinge, and kicked it off with an intimidating prompt for potential suitors
Ms Turnbull tagged her second photo with the prompt ‘Lowkey flex’, which is likely to be a joke about subtly bragging
Daisy (pictured at right), 36, recently revealed her marriage breakdown and split from James Brown (pictured left). Her famous ex-Prime Minister father Malcolm Turnbull is pictured second from right
Part of Hinge’s marketing says the app is ‘designed to be deleted’, matching its reputation as an app users use to find relationships instead of casual hookups.
She added another confident prompt to her profile: ‘Lowkey flex’, a phrase usually associated with twentysomethings, which means to subtly brag.
Ms Turnbull’s no-nonsense prompt could also be a reflection of how busy she is.
She’s a mother of two, now 50/50 co-parenting with her ex-husband.
Ms Turnbull is also teacher and director of wellbeing at the exclusive St Catherine’s School at Waverley, and a Lifeline counsellor.
She teaches teaches history, religion and business.
She also published her first book in 2021, 50 Risks to Take With Your Kids, and has already talked about writing a guide to consent for teenagers.
Ms Turnbull, who is co-parenting with her ex-husband James Brown, recently published a book about encouraging children to take risks
Daisy Turnbull (second from right) appears to be on the dating app Hinge after splitting from her husband James Brown (far right). She is pictured with her parents Malcolm and Lucy Turnbull