Bronwyn Royce has been a secretary, a gym instructor, a bookkeeper, a shop manager, and is now a watercolour artist specialising in miniature paintings.
Born in South Africa in 1960 during the apartheid era, she saw the country transformed when Nelson Mandela came into power in 1994. She lived with her family on a remote farm without electricity or running water, survived a devastating bushfire, emigrated to the United Kingdom, and has been through a life-changing experience with her son.
She loves chocolate, good coffee and going for long walks but isn’t keen on sprouts or cooked carrots.
Her greatest achievement and legacy is bringing up two amazingly adventurous sons.