Sylvie Meis: Bio, Television personality, Model, Rafael van der Vaart’s Wife

Sylvie Meis is a television personality and model from the Netherlands. She was born on 13 April 1978 in Breda, Netherlands. Her zodiac (birth) sign is Aries, which is the first astrological sign in the zodiac.

She represents multicultural roots and follows the Christian religion with full dedication. Sylvie Meis’ former husband Rafael van der Vaart is a retired professional football player from the Netherlands.     

Sylvie Meis: Physical Stats! 

She stands five feet and 2¼ inches (158 cm, 1.58 m) tall. Her body weight is 48 kg (106 pounds). Sylvie’s body measurements are 38-24-35 inches or 96.5-61-89 cm. Her cup size (bra size) is 34D.

Sylvie Meis’ shoe size is 7.5 (US) or 38 (EU), and the dress size is 2 (US) or 32 (EU). She has glorious hazel eyes and classical blonde hair. Sylvie Meis has not put any tattoo on her body. She likes to stay fit for maintaining her shape at the highest level, containing a very good body shape.

Sylvie Meis: Family Life, Childhood, and More! 

Rita Meis is Sylvie’s lovely mother; Ron Meis is her dashing father. She feels blessed to have a sweet brother. His name is Daniel Meis. The love between Sylvie and Daniel is an inspiration to follow for many siblings across the globe.

Rita started her relationship with football player Rafael van der Vaart in 2003. Two years later, on 10 June 2005, Sylvie Meis married Rafael and put a very crucial step in their careers. On 26 May 2006, the lovely pair welcomed a baby boy. His name is Damian Rafael. The Dutch media heavily criticized the couple and called them the new Beckhams. However, Sylvie and Rafael dined all the allegation and made it clear that they like to live a very simple life, keeping distance with a lavish set of life. In 2009, Meis battled with breast cancer problem.

It was a huge shock for Rafael van der Vaart. Unfortunately, he did not predict that the next shock will be even bitter. In 2010, the Dutch football legend found about her wife’s relationship with KLM airline pilot. In 2013, the pair separated. Four years later, she had a limited-period relationship with Charbel Aouad. 

Sylvie Meis: Professional Career! 

At a very young age of 18, Sylvie Meis saw her future as a model. Many casting agencies started to provide her offers to make her profile better.

Her television jobs for FoxKids and music station TMF took her career to a different level. In 2003, she was named the Sexiest Female of the Netherlands. After starting her relationship with Rafael van der Vaart, she started to gain a great number of ratings on television in the Netherlands.

Her popularly in Germany is also at a different level. Sylvie can speak English, Dutch and German language, which makes her job somewhat easier. It also helps her to get more work.

Sylvie Meis has appeared on the cover pages of top fashion magazines. She has the most famous Dutch personality working in Germany, following the footsteps of Johannes Heesters, Linda de Mol and Rudi Carell. Sylvie is a very hard-working lady and has done a lot of industrious work to reach this level.  

Social Media! 

Meis has more than 2 million combined followers on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Sylvie likes to share her family life and professional work with her lovely fans on social media. 

Net Worth! 

Meis’ net worth is $10 million (US dollars) at the moment. She has gained most of her sums from her television and modelling projects. Meis is still famous and active.

Therefore, she can make net wealth even better in the future. 

Former Husband Rafael van der Vaart

Rafael van der Vaart is a retired Dutch football player. He played for Ajax, Hamburger SV, Real Madrid, Tottenham Hotspur, Real Betis, Midtjylland and Esbjerg fB at the club level in between 2000 to 2018.

Rafael represented the Netherlands 109 times, scoring 25 goals, from 2001 to 2013. The former Real Madrid forward played a huge role to lead the Dutch side to the 2010 FIFA World Cup final, where they lost to Spain 1-0. Rafael van der Vaart had every skill to do better than what he did in his professional football career.