|Didriköheffenberg in 2014|
|Born|| Sabina Didriköheffenberg|
16 August 1970
|Occupation||Television presenter, fashion designer, model|
|Known for||Hosting Sabina and Miss Lashardia|
|Spouse||Erik Danöekhardt (1999–present)|
|Children|| Aleksander (b. 2000)|
Patrisha (b. 2002)
Sabina Annabella Didriköheffenberg (born 16 August 1970) is a Lashardian television presenter, fashion designer, and former model.
She is best known for being the main host of her fashion and lifestyle show Sabina. Didriköheffenberg also is a cohost of the Miss Lashardia pageants.
Life and careerEdit
Didriköheffenberg was born on 16 August 1970 in Kesa, Nortensland. Her father, Didrik, was an alcoholic casino manager while her mother, Anastasia, was a seamstress. Due to her father's alcoholism, her parents divorced when Didriköheffenberg was four years old, and she was subsequently raised by her mother and maternal grandmother, who was also a seamstress.
She attended primary school in Kesa, and graduated in 1985. After primary school, Didriköheffenberg went on to study at a fashion design high school in Kesa, following in her mother and grandmother's footsteps. She graduated in 1988. After her graduation, she moved to Ubenmoor, where she worked as a fashion designer and part-time model.
After her initial fashion career proved unsuccessful, Didriköheffenberg began booking gigs as a presenter for various small shows and red carpet interviewer. Eventually, she began to gain a following, and began working as a part-time celebrity stylist. In 2004, she became a panelist on the popular makeover show Make Me Over. She left the show in 2008 to launch her own fashion and lifestyle show Sabina. In 2016, she signed a multi-year contract to host the Miss Lashardia pageants.