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Amy Hembro admits she ‘absolutely fights’ with sister and business partner Emily

Hembrow is supposed to be Australia’s answer to the Kardashians.

And eldest sister Amy, 32, admitted Sunday to news.com.au that tensions may be brewing in their famous family.

The mother-in-law, who opened a cosmetic clinic on the Gold Coast with sister Emily, 30, told the publication with a laugh that they ‘absolutely fight’.

‘We totally fight’: Amy Hembrow (right), 32, admitted to news.com.au on Sunday that there may be tensions with sister and business partner Emily (left), 30

“It was early in the beginning when we were both figuring out our roles, but now we are at the point where it really works seamlessly,” she explained.

Amy sister with a degree in business and marketing is also the co-founder of Tammy’s popular fitness app Tammy Fit.

Back in October, Tammy, who has a net worth of $2 million and a $2.9 million Gold Coast mansion named after her for her career as a businessman and influencer, revealed on Instagram that her family experienced a poor childhood. Did.

First issues: Amy, who opened a cosmetic clinic with Emily on the Gold Coast, told the publication: 'It was early on when we were both figuring out our roles, but now we're at the point where it really worked. is uninterrupted'

First issues: Amy, who opened a cosmetic clinic with Emily on the Gold Coast, told the publication: ‘It was early on when we were both figuring out our roles, but now we’re at the point where it really worked. is uninterrupted’

The 28-year-old posed in front of her $460,000 Bentley and recalled how her family was struggling as she grew up.

‘I grew up in a house where we had to take a shower outside even in the middle of winter,’ she began.

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‘We didn’t have bedrooms, so we made our own by putting tables on their sides to build the walls.’

Despite their family’s struggles, Tammy said they are still happy.

‘Things weren’t always easy but we always had fun. Life is what you make of it,’ she said.

From rags to riches: Back in October, sister Tammy (photo left with Amy), who has a net worth of $2 million and a $2.9 million Gold Coast mansion to her name, revealed on Instagram that her family had raised a poor experienced childhood

From rags to riches: Back in October, sister Tammy (photo left with Amy), who has a net worth of $2 million and a $2.9 million Gold Coast mansion to her name, revealed on Instagram that her family had raised a poor experienced childhood

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Ballin’: 28-year-old entrepreneur and influencer, now owns a $460,000 Bentley thanks to his incredible success

'Things weren't always easy but we always had fun': Despite her family's struggles, Tammy says she and her sisters are still happy.  Tammy is pictured in the center with Amy (left) and Emily (right) in 1996

‘Things weren’t always easy but we always had fun’: Despite her family’s struggles, Tammy says she and her sisters are still happy. Tammy is pictured in the center with Amy (left) and Emily (right) in 1996

Tammy then reflected on how far she had come in life.

‘I now have a beautiful home, a $20 million business, a family I love and wonderful friends. So this is your little reminder to celebrate your victories, judge no one, love everyone, work hard and keep winning!’

This isn’t the first time Tammy has spoken out about her past.

In February 2020, the bikini model addressed the notion that she has always been rich during an episode of her podcast Hanging with the Hembrows.

Striking It Rich: 'We really didn't have any money at all for the most part of our childhood,' Tammy said on her podcast last year

Striking It Rich: ‘We really didn’t have any money at all for the most part of our childhood,’ Tammy said on her podcast last year

Tammy said, ‘For most of our childhood we really had no money at all.

‘It was when we got to high school – when we were like teenagers – that we moved in with our stepfather and our mother.’

Amy, who appeared on the podcast With Tammy, explained that the family used to have a bathtub outside where they did their laundry.

‘Yeah, we had a bathtub outside,’ said Tammy at the time. ‘We literally had to fill it with boiling water. Put buckets in it – like we didn’t even have hot water.’

Finishing off: 'We had a bathtub outside,' Tammy said.  'We literally had to fill it with boiling water.  Put buckets in it - like we didn't even have hot water'

Finishing off: ‘We had a bathtub outside,’ Tammy said. ‘We literally had to fill it with boiling water. Put buckets in it – like we didn’t even have hot water’

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