Isla Stanford is an American Instagram star who is better known as the biological sister of singer-songwriter Jack Avery. Due to her brother’s growing popularity in social media, she was also able to establish her own fanbase on various social media platforms particularly on Instagram, TikTok, Twitter, and YouTube, where she amasses thousands of followers and subscribers.

Sun Sign

Scorpio

Manager

She self-manages herself.

Sexual Orientation

Straight

Distinctive Features

  • Small Face
  • Thick Eyebrows

Isla Stanford Facts

  1. She’s active on various social media platforms.
  2. Despite being well-known as the sister of Jack Avery, she still has managed to establish her own name on social media.
  3. Stanford shares a deep bond with her siblings.
  4. She first joined Instagram in 2010. Shortly after, she began posting her photos on the platform. Her consistency in sharing updates about her life, family, and adventures on Instagram made her even more popular.
  5. She created her self-titled YouTube channel on September 28, 2017. The channel where she shares random content about her life, in general, has already garnered more than 45k subscribers with more than 900k combined views. The most-viewed video on her channel titled Isla Rose- Family, Friends & Fun! was uploaded on November 22, 2017, and has garnered more than 100k views.
  6. Her mother Kristin is the one who personally manages her brother’s singing career.
  7. Her sister Sydnie manages a blog and an online clothing business named Sweet Girl.

Featured Image by Isla Stanford / Instagram

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Facts of Isla Stanford

  • Gender Female
  • full nameIsla Stanford
  • nicknamesIsla
  • birthplacePennsylvania, United States
  • ethnicity / ethnic backgroundAmerican
  • nationalityAmerican
  • net worth$5.4 billion
  • professionInstagram Star
  • weight35 kg or 77 lbs
  • height4 ft 4 in or 132 cm
  • hair colorBlonde
  • eye colorGreen
  • body type / buildSlim
  • motherKristin
  • sistersAva ,Sydnie ,Camila

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