Who is Lisa Victoria from 'Selling the OC' season 2? Meet Austin's other half

Austin and Lisa Victoria appear to be at a crossroads when we catch up with them. Here's what we know about the realtor's other half

Selling the OC. (L to R) Lisa Victoria, Austin Victoria in episode 205 of Selling the OC
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While some relationships are blossoming, Austin and Lisa Victoria's connection seems to be strained in Selling the OC season 2

We catch up with the realtor-slash-reality star in the midst of big business for the Oppenheim Group: a new office opening in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, and the brokerage's first billion-dollar listing. Austin wants to be part of it all, so much so that he's considering uprooting his family, even though they just settled in Orange County by way of Los Angeles. Plus, his wife Lisa appears to have baby fever, but Austin seems content with the two kids they have already. 

We get a bit more insight into the couple's relationship throughout the sophomore season, but what else do we know about Lisa Victoria? Let's dive in. 

Who is Lisa Victoria from 'Selling the OC' season 2?

Lisa Victoria has been married to Selling the OC star Austin Victoria since 2018, having tied the knot after less than a year of dating. The couple shares a pair of soon-to-be 4-year-olds, Hazel and Lila, who are super -adorable little fashionistas (like their momma). Will real estate be in the cards down the line for these two? If we were Jason Oppenheim, we'd hire them on the spot. (Just sayin'!)

Per Austin's O Group profile, the realtor, "prides himself in being the best father and husband he can be. His passions, other than real estate, include living a healthy lifestyle and always pushing the boundaries to become physically and mentally stronger."

What does Lisa Victoria do for a living?

According to her Instagram page, Lisa is a fashion designer. Though it's not clear what brand she currently reps, you can tell she carefully curates her family's wardrobe. (We're particularly smitten with Lila and Hazel's garments, obviously.) In the past, she's rumored to have held roles with GUESS By Marciano and MIC Connection. 

When the Netflix series premiered in 2022, she had been working on the clothing label, jayven, which "strives to bring awareness & to give back." The products will be created from Certified Organic Cotton, Hemp or recycled materials. At this time, the current timeline for the project is not yet known, but the brand's Instagram page reveals it's "coming soon." 

Lisa Victoria age: how old is she?

Born on October 1, 1988, Lisa Victoria is currently 35 years old, and a Libra!

What is Lisa Victoria's Instagram handle?

Whether she intended to pursue this avenue or not, Lisa has the "mommy influencer" thing on lock. Not only does she run an adorable Instagram page for her twins, @lilahandhazel, but she also dedicates her own Instagram page @lisavictoria___ to showcasing the tots' adorable fashion moments and fun outings about town like local fairs and play dates at life-sized doll houses. Plus, her Amazon shop is filled to the brim with all things toddlers and wellness (a nod to Austin's healthy lifestyle). 

The 'Selling the OC' mommy circle is growing

Though she tends to keep her children off-screen, Austin's Selling the OC castmate Alex Hall is a mom to a teen daughter and young son, whom she shares with her ex-husband, Neil. 

Additionally, Gio Helou and his wife Tiffany are expecting a baby in September 2023.

"Secret's finally out!" the couple wrote on Instagram. "Baby boy Helou due end of September. It wasn't the easiest road (still isn't) to get here, but God answered our prayers and we can't wait to meet our baby boy in a few short months."

 Looks like the next generation of O Group staffers is expanding!

Catch Lisa and Austin Victoria in Selling the OC season 2, now streaming on Netflix.

Danielle Valente
Digital News Writer

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Before her time at Future, Danielle was the editor of Time Out New York Kids, where she got to experience the best of the city from the point of view of its littlest residents. Before that, she was a news editor at Elite Daily. Her work has also appeared in Domino, Chowhound, and amNewYork, to name a few. 

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