Bristol Palin’s full name is Bristol Sheeran Marie Meyer. She was born on 18th October 1990 in Wasilla, Alaska. She is an Americal public speaker and often seen on American Reality Television. She is the daughter of Todd and Sarah Palin. Notably she is the second of five children and the oldest daughter of the family. Her name is inspired by her mother’s working place – Bristol Inn, which is the Bristol, Connecticut headquarters of ESPN. Her mother worked there as a sportscaster. Also her father grew up in Bristol Bay in Alaska. She was raised in Wasilla, where Palin attended a school named Juneau-Douglas High School.

At this time her father was the governor of Alaska. She then shifted to Anchorage in 2008, where she attended West Anchorage High School. Later, she returned to Wasilla, she changed her school to Wasilla High School from where she finally graduated in the month of May in 2009. Bristol Palin took part in the 2010 season of the blockbuster reality show Dancing With The Stars . She managed to reach the finals of the competition and completed in the third place. In the summer of 2011 , Bristol came up with a memoir called Not Afraid of Life: My Journey So Far. In the summer of next year, she was cast in the reality Lifetime show called Bristol Palin: Life’s a Tripp.

She was then seen on Dancing With The Stars 15th season, where she was out of luck and got eliminated in the fourth week of competition only. Palin garnered the media’s attention, when she was announced pregnant as a teenager while her mother’s failed quest to become the Vice President. In February 2009, she pleaded to the nation that she would like to be more accepted amongst the teens of her age . At age 18 in May 2009, she appeared on leading chat shows like Today and Good Morning America in adherence of her campaign to prevent Teen Pregnancy . She wasn't employed by the campaign, but she spoke in favor of it all over the media.

She focussed on how teen should abstain from sex and on the importance of sex education. In September 2009, she initiated a business venture called BSMP, a company for lobbying, political consulting and public relation services. Alongside she actively gave speeches during Sexual Responsibility Week. Her first TV venture was The Secret Life of an American Teenager. Following this, she was seen in a music video, a memoir and a couple of reality TV shows.