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Lara Feltham


Facts of Lara Feltham

Full NameLara Feltham
First NameLara
Last NameFeltham
Gender IdentityFemale
Sexual OrientationStraight
Marital StatusMarried
SpousePat Rafter
No Of Children2
Married Date2014

Lara Feltham is one of those celebrities who got famous after being married to a well-known celebrity. She is the wife of a former professional tennis player, Pat Rafter

She previously worked as a model. 

Her Love Story

She started dating Pat Rafter before 1998. The news of them being engaged was confirmed after a wedding finger was spotted on Lara’s finger. 

She got married to the love of her life in 2004. The wedding ceremony was held at a resort in Fiji. It was a private ceremony attended by about 50 guests.

 The husband and wife have been together for more than a decade now. They are living a blissful married life without any signs of divorce

The couple has two kids, India and Joshua.

Here is a picture of the adorable couple. The love birds look like a perfect match as they pose for a photo. Lara is looking gorgeous in a long white dress. 

The couple sold their Sunshine Coast Mansion

In March 2018, Lara and Pat sold their Sunshine Coast Mansion for a lesser price than the amount they had spent to develop the property. 

They had purchased the house for $18 million but had to sell it at a loss for $15.2 million. The house had a total of seven bedrooms. 

Here is a picture of the Sunshine Coast Mansion.

Lara and Pat’s paradise that was sold at a loss
Lara and Pat’s paradise that was sold at a loss Source: Daily Mail

After they sold their previous house, they started living at Tweed Heads West, NSW. The lavish house they are living in has an open living area and three double bedrooms. 

Her husband has an arena named after him

The former tennis player has an arena named Pat Rafter Arena. The arena is located in Queensland Tennis Centre. 

It has a seating capacity of 5500. Additionally, it also has 1500 extra temporary seating. Here is a picture of the Tennis Centre that has an 82 million dollars state of the art tennis facility.

Queensland Tennis Centre in Brisbane, Australia
Queensland Tennis Centre in Brisbane, Australia Source:

Net Worth

Lara’s net worth is yet to be disclosed. Her husband is estimated to have a jaw-dropping net worth of $35 million. 

How did Pat make money?

He has earned money through his career as a tennis player. In 1993 he won his first tour-level match at Wimbledon. In 1994 he won his first career singles titles. 

It was three years later he got his breakthrough. In 1997 he reached the semifinals in the French Open. He then won the U.S. Open by beating Greg Rusedski in a four-set final.

A year later, in 1998, he won the Canadian Open. In July 1999, he became the World No. 1 men’s singles. However, he got to hold the title for just a week. 

Below is the list of some of the famous tennis players and their respective net worth:

NameNet Worth
Roger Federer$450 million
Rafael Nadal$200 million
Novak Djokovic$220 million
Andy Murray$100 million
Dominic Thiem$17 million

Pat’s Achievements

He has been honored with several awards and achievements. He was awarded the Australian of the Year award in 2002. 

Four years later, in 2006, he was inducted into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame. 

In 2008 he was inducted into the Australian Open Hall of Fame. 


  1. Lara and her husband have two children, namely India and  Joshua.
  2. We cover most of the information about Lara Falthem as it is difficult to find on other wiki sites.
  3. Pat is a philanthropist. He owns his charity organization.
  4. Pat’s current age is 47.

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Updated On Thu Apr 22 2021 Published On Fri Jul 24 2020 By paper-boat

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