‘I will talk about keeping kids safe’: Sophie Monk, 38, announces her surprising new role

In her long and varied career as a pop star, actor and reality TV show host, there isn’t much that Sophie Monk hasn’t tried her hand at.

And in a move that may surprise some fans, the Bachelor In Paradise host has revealed her new role – but it doesn’t involve anything in the entertainment industry.

The 38-year-old blonde was announced as a new ambassador of the Daniel Morcombe Foundation on Tuesday.

'I will talk about keeping kids safe': Sophie Monk (pictured), 38, was announced for a surprising new role on Tuesday

'I will talk about keeping kids safe': Sophie Monk (pictured), 38, was announced for a surprising new role on Tuesday

‘I will talk about keeping kids safe’: Sophie Monk (pictured), 38, was announced for a surprising new role on Tuesday

The foundation was created by Denise and Bruce Morcombe after the disappearance of their son Daniel, in 2003. 

As reported by News.com.au, Sophie’s focus will be on promoting child safety, both online and in the physical world.

Community minded: Sophie was announced as a new ambassador of the Daniel Morcombe Foundation on Tuesday. Pictured: Daniel Morcombe, who was abducted while waiting for a bus on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland when he was 13 years old

Community minded: Sophie was announced as a new ambassador of the Daniel Morcombe Foundation on Tuesday. Pictured: Daniel Morcombe, who was abducted while waiting for a bus on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland when he was 13 years old

Community minded: Sophie was announced as a new ambassador of the Daniel Morcombe Foundation on Tuesday. Pictured: Daniel Morcombe, who was abducted while waiting for a bus on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland when he was 13 years old

‘I will talk about keeping kids safe and child safety at every opportunity I get,’ Sophie said. 

‘I want all children to know they have the right to grow up safe from harm and abuse on and off line always,’ she added.

Daniel was abducted while waiting for a bus on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland when he was 13 years old.

Child protection: The Daniel Morcombe Foundation was created by Denise and Bruce Morcombe (pictured) after the disappearance of their son Daniel in 2003. Daniel was murdered by Brett Peter Cowan, who was sentenced to life in the prison for the crime in 2014

Child protection: The Daniel Morcombe Foundation was created by Denise and Bruce Morcombe (pictured) after the disappearance of their son Daniel in 2003. Daniel was murdered by Brett Peter Cowan, who was sentenced to life in the prison for the crime in 2014

Child protection: The Daniel Morcombe Foundation was created by Denise and Bruce Morcombe (pictured) after the disappearance of their son Daniel in 2003. Daniel was murdered by Brett Peter Cowan, who was sentenced to life in the prison for the crime in 2014

He was murdered by Brett Peter Cowan, who was sentenced to life in the prison for the crime in 2014. 

In reference to Sophie’s new role, Bruce and Denise Morcombe said in a statement: ‘Sophie has always supported us, our family and the foundation with hard work and friendship. We are honoured she has chosen to support the foundation even more.’

Sophie will promote the annual Day For Daniel, scheduled for October 26, which is aimed at raising awareness about child safety, protection and prevention. 

Kid safe: Sophie’s focus will be on promoting child safety, both online and in the physical world

Educators, parents and carers will be encouraged to talk to children about their personal safety. 

There will also be an online broadcast of a child safety lesson suitable for kids aged three to eight years old. 

For more information, go to danielmorcombe.com.au  

Spreading the word: There will also be an online broadcast of a child safety lesson suitable for kids aged three to eight years old on October 26. Pictured: Sophie Monk (middle), with Bruce (left) and Denise (right) Morcombe

Spreading the word: There will also be an online broadcast of a child safety lesson suitable for kids aged three to eight years old on October 26. Pictured: Sophie Monk (middle), with Bruce (left) and Denise (right) Morcombe

Spreading the word: There will also be an online broadcast of a child safety lesson suitable for kids aged three to eight years old on October 26. Pictured: Sophie Monk (middle), with Bruce (left) and Denise (right) Morcombe

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