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Who Is the Queen of Versailles on ‘Below Deck Med’? Meet Jackie Siegel

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Elizabeth Frankini rung in her 30th birthday on last night’s episode of Below Deck Med, but the celebration wasn’t all the stew could have hoped for. In fact, it was pretty much the opposite of what she had imagined the day to be like. Thankfully, it all turned around for Elizabeth in the end thanks to some of the yacht’s guests, including one very special visitor, the Queen of Versailles herself.

The Queen of Versailles, Jackie Siegel, was aboard the boat for Elizabeth’s birthday and helped make the day an especially memorable one. Along with a photo of herself and Siegel, the stew shared on Instagram, “I have a fond memory of Jackie handing me a birthday card right before they all sang to celebrate me at the table. I was under a lot of seen (or unseen) pressure that day, more than your average busy charter day, and their unexpected gesture of kindness really meant a lot. In such a cutthroat industry, the elements of humanity and appreciation can really go a long way in someone’s life.”

Siegel no doubt made a difference in Elizabeth’s day, but what else do we know about her? And why was the Queen of Versailles on Below Deck Med?

Here’s everything you need to know about The Queen of Versailles on Below Deck, Jackie Siegel.

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