For Tziporah Malkah, formerly known as Kate Fischer, it's not just her name that has made a big change.
The former model and actor was a regular Aussie A-lister in the '90s with a successful career and the fiancee of billionaire James Packer. And then they broke up.
The pair were together for five years before finally calling time on their relationship in 1998.
Speaking to The Daily Telegraph in 2017 before going into the jungle for I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here, Tziporah admitted their romance was unhealthy, musing: "I was so muzzled and so intimidated for such a long time."
The 44-year-old was first discovered in 1988, after she won the Dolly Magazine Covergirl of the Year competition.
A then-Kate catapulted into the Australia's social scene, with many dubbing her the next Elle Macpherson.
The stunning brunette and daughter of politician Pru Goward became one of the nation's most sought-after models, gracing the cover of Vogue five times and went on to make her mark in film, stripping down for her lead role in the movie Sirens, alongside Elle Macpherson, Portia de Rossi and Hugh Grant.
After splitting with Packer she spent most of her time in the Los Angeles and became a US citizen. It was during this time that she converted to Orthodox Judaism following a "hiatus" on an Israeli kibbutz, and fell in love with a rabbi who, she claims, robbed her of her entire $2 million fortune.
She popped back into the news a few years ago when she was found living in Melbourne and working in an aged care facility. At this time Tziporah revealed she'd spent 22 months in a homeless women's shelter because she had arrived back in Australia penniless.
While she now works as an aged care professional, she was catapulted back into the spotlight when was arrested after a domestic disturbance with her ex-boyfriend at their Adelaide home.
In May 2018, she pleaded guilty to assaulting her ex-partner as well as one count of resisting police, three counts of assaulting a police officer and one count of disorderly behaviour.
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