Ida Ljungqvist

About Ida Ljungqvist

Who is it?: Model
Birth Day: September 27, 1981
Birth Place: Tanzania, Swedish
Birth Sign: Libra
Preceded by: Jayde Nicole
Succeeded by: Hope Dworaczyk
Measurements: Bust: 32D Waist: 21 Hips: 35
Height: 5 ft 4 in (1.63 m)
Weight: 108 lb (49 kg; 7.7 st)

Ida Ljungqvist Net Worth

Ida Ljungqvist was born on September 27, 1981 in Tanzania, Swedish, is Model. Ida Ljungqvist is a Tanzanian-Swedish model who has achieved the feat of becoming the first Africa-born model to be named as Playboy Playmate of the Month as also the first Africa-born and second Swedish model to become Playmate of the Year. This ravishing and sensuous damsel chanced upon modelling when she was spotted by Sara Jean Underwood, 2007 Playmate of the Year, at a bebe store where Ljungqvist was working. Playboy had no doubt in recognizing her potential and although Ljungqvist never thought of becoming a model in her wildest of dreams, she plunged in to grab the opportunity. In March 2008, she became Playboy's Playmate of the Month. The following year, she added another feather in her cap by garnering the title Playmate of the Year in its 50th anniversary. Ljungqvist dedicates lot of time in charitable activities and became the first Playmate of the Year who dedicated the title to charitable work. She works in raising both awareness and funds for the global non-profit sustainability think-tank ‘Empowerment Works’. She has featured in TV programs ‘Last Call With Carson Daily’ and ‘The Girls Next Door’.
Ida Ljungqvist is a member of Models

💰Ida Ljungqvist Net worth: $9 Million

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In December 2007, Ljungqvist married Joshua R. Lang. After 5 years together, Lang filed for divorce in September 2008. In November 2008, MSNBC reported a custody struggle between them over their pet Chihuahua.


In May 2009 she was sued by Katrina Kantner who claimed that Ljungqvist received $90,000 from Kantner's ex-husband, Doug, during a period of time when he neglected his $10,000 monthly child support payments. Kantner dropped the lawsuit in November of that same year.