Constance Hall is an internet sensation with around 1.5 million followers on social media. She is the curator of the highly successful and publicised Facebook blog which reaches millions of people each week. With a knack for going viral, it's not uncommon for popular posts to reach as many as 16 million plus people. Con is also one of Australia’s bestselling authors, “Like a Queen” sold over 160,000 copies, self published and directly sold exclusively online.
Constance has disrupted the social boundaries of how women are represented by creating a community of women who feel understood and supported. She has attracted media attention from across the globe and garnered a mass of followers who engage daily with the content, commenting, sharing, and interacting with one another.
Constance has toured Australia, New Zealand and the UK, selling out her shows in minutes. Her fashion line “Queen the Label” has been a huge success since launching in June 2017. Each range continually sells out, sometimes in as little as just 12 hours of launching. Her own nationally syndicated radio show “The Queen Sesh” is featured weekly each Sunday evening on the Hit Network.
Constance is a lifelong member and ambassador of the charity Rafiki Mwema who supports very young girls and boys in Kenya who have been sexually abused. She has personally donated $170,000 and raised a further $200,000 with the help of her community.
Her latest book "Still A Queen" is my extended middle finger to a world that wants to label women as ‘used goods’ and ‘failures’. Written for the women who can’t be labelled at all. Unless of course it is as a Queen. It’s an intimate and raw memoir with life lessons and professional exerts that she hopes will leave you questioning every single time you’ve ever doubted yourself. It was written with nothing but love for its readers,” Constance said.