BEN Foden has revealed his ‘normal job’ after giving up fame for a completely different career in the US.
The 38-year-old rugby star has spent his career playing as a scrum half and fullback and was previously married to Saturdays singer Una Healy for six years.
But he upped the ante and moved to the US after marrying New York native Jackie Belanoff Smith after just two weeks of “serious” marriage..
Now the Dancing on Ice and X Factor athlete has shown a very different career in the United States.
Ben has become a dazzling American real estate agent and has shared thaton his social media while posing with his colleagues.
The star looked suave in his suit at his big announcement as he posed for a series of professional photos.
“Don’t be afraid to reach out and I’ll show you why we’re considered one of the best teams in the country to work with.”
Ben’s fans chimed in in the comments, wondering if he was making a nod to a new real estate TV show with the stylish snaps.
Another person commented, “This is a reality show I would definitely check out.”
The social media pages of the mentioned companies seem huge and luxuriousin New York, the Hamptons and Miami.
Ben also shared a separate post with another posed photo of himself and the team as he gushed about being featured in Forbes Magazine.
His move into real estate is a far cry from the rugby pitch where Ben made his name.
Foden started his career atbefore we continue saints.
He spent a decade there, helping the Saints win the Premiership in 2014.
He was also active for Rugby United in New York but announced that he was retiring from the sport.
He announced Instagram: “After much deliberation, I have finally decided to stop playing from professional rugby.
“From a young ‘pop idol’ starting at @salesharks, through 10 years at @northamptonsaints to finally ending my career at @rugbyunitedny, it’s been an emotionally charged 18 year career.”
“Rugby has given me so much over the course of my life and has given me enough memories to make me smile for the rest of my days.”
“It has taken me all over the world and I feel privileged to say that it has given me friendships and a family that I can always count on.”
“To everyone who has accompanied me on this journey, thank you for everything! – Rugby really is a wonderful game and it has definitely enriched my life.”
“I promise to always (wherever possible) give back to the game I loved to play.”
“Excited for themChapters in my life and what’s coming up.
“Finally, thank you Dad for making this incredible journey possible. Foden 15 out.”
Far from being camera shy, Ben took part in the X Factor:in 2019.
He was part of a group called Try Star alongside Levi Davis and Thom Evans, but the trio finished in fifth place.
Ben also starred in the fourteenth season of Dancing on Ice earlier this year.
But he became the first celebrity to be left off the ITV show after all the judges voted to save Loose Women star Ria.