June Foster is a bit of an enigma on Below Deck Mediterranean. The third stew's approach to her job as well as the details (or lack thereof) of her personal life have puzzled her fellow crew members this season (more on that in the Below Deck Mediterranean Season 4 After Show, above). And it looks like there are even more mysteries about June to be uncovered.
For instance, did you know that June is a published author? Yes, June penned the novel The Girl and the Golden Leaf, which was published in December 2018.
"As whitewater rafting guides down the New River in Fayetteville, West Virginia, sixteen-year-old Tia and her twin brother, Finn, hope to find a way to escape poverty after the recent deaths of their parents. When a Hollywood film producer offers the siblings acting roles in his movie, Tia sees the vision of her golden ticket she has prayed for God to provide. How can she refuse? From Chile’s exotic Río Futaleufú, to her captivity in the Amazon Rainforest and the slums of Buenos Aires, Tia’s deep faith touches everyone she meets . . . but will her faith be enough to survive the darkest pits of humanity?"
June uses her writing to support a wide variety of conservation and children's non-profit organizations, for which she also volunteers and fundraises, according to her bio on her website.
Of course, June still spends much of her time working in the yachting industry as a stew and deckhand, and also works as a yoga instructor. "I've always been a bartender or server, but also I love traveling, so I put two of my favorite worlds together and got into yachting," she shared of how she first got into yachting earlier this season of Below Deck Med.
We're starting to wonder if there's anything June can't do.
See what's coming up for June in an all-new episode of Below Deck Med Monday at 9/8c, below.
Photo: June Foster/Instagram