Amy Reimann was born holding Aries constellation sign in 1982, in Texas, United States of America. Every year, she celebrates her birthday on March 25 and has celebrated her 36th birthday, as of 2018. Similarly, she holds American nationality and belongs to a white ethnicity.
Likewise, she is a daughter of the mother, Anna Reinmann, and a father, Jeffrey Reimann. Her parents raised her along with her sister. Moreover, talking about her education, she joined the University of Kentucky in 2000 and in 2005, she completed her Bachelor of Arts degree in interior design.
Regarding her personal life, Amy Reimann is a married woman, in fact, she has married twice. As of 2018, she is a wife of Dale Earnhardt Jr., who is a professional stock car racing driver and champion team owner. The couple started dating in the year 2009.
The couple became engaged on June 17, 2015, and later announced that their marriage would take place on New Year’s Eve. Finally, the lovebird exchanged their vows on December 31, 2016, at Richard Childress’ Childress Vineyards, in Lexington, North Carolina. Together, they are blessed with a child. She is living a happy life with her husband and child. Previously, she was married to Tommy Cook in 2008. However, their relationship did not work well and they divorced.
Amy Reimann started her career as a project coordinator in Wakefield Beasley, the famous architectural firm. Likewise, in 2010, she started working as the Director of Charlotte Studio at Micamy Design Studio. But, the beauty grabbed the media attention only after she began dating Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Furthermore, Amy is living a luxurious life with the money she has earned from her work. The average salary of an interior designer in the USA is $51,914 per year, and her salary also falls under the same range. So, she might earn a similar amount from her career. Moreover, she shares a huge net worth of $400 million with her husband. Her husband is one of the richest athletes of his time. Additionally, her husband makes over $23.5 million in 2016, despite missing the final 16 races due to a concussion.