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The Wealthiest Heiresses Live Truly Enviable Lives



These wealthy heiresses live a life most of us can only imagine. With vast family fortunes behind them, these enviable trust-fund women can pursue whatever their hearts desire – whether it be fashion, music, equestrian competitions, philanthropy, or working their way up through the family business.
And when it comes time to relax there is nothing better than heading to one of their mansions scattered across the globe, or soaking up the sun on the family yacht.

Amanda Hearst – $2 Billion

As the great-granddaughter of media mogul William Randolph Hearst, Amanda Hearst is heiress to the billion dollar Hearst Corporation empire. The former model has appeared on the cover of numerous magazines, including Cosmopolitan and Town & Country and worked as a global ambassador for American designer Tommy Hilfiger. The 34-year-old works as an associate market editor at Marie Claire and founded the non-profit ‘Friends of Finn’ which helps raise awareness about the plight of puppy mill puppies.

Dylan Lauren – $4.6 Billion

As the daughter of American fashion designer icon Ralph Lauren, Dylan Lauren has followed in her father’s entrepreneurial footsteps and founded Dylan’s Candy Bar in 2001, which now holds the prestigious title of being the “largest candy store in the world.” Not only is Dylan a lover of candy, she also has a sweet spot for animals, which led her to create Dylan’s CandyBarN – a non-profit that organizes adoption events in her stores for rescue pets.

Chloe Green – $4.7 Billion

The daughter of British billionaire Sir Phillip Green and heiress to fashion store Topshop, Chloe Green has found fame in the media lately after falling in love with “hot felon” Jeremy Meeks, the photographic felon who spent time behind bars for grand theft and gun possession before signing with a modeling agency. Chloe grew up living a lavish lifestyle and even attended the prestigious International School in Monaco. Not one to shy away from sharing swoon-worthy pics of her exotic billionaire life on Instagram, Chloe loves to spend her days soaking up the sun on expensive yachts and traveling to exotic locales around the world.

Tamara and Petra Ecclestone – $4.2 Billion

Glamorous sisters Tamara and Petra Ecclestone are the daughters of Formula One billionaire Bernie Ecclestone. Educated at the best private British schools, the sisters have long been tabloid darlings in England, with Tamara even appearing in her own reality television show in 2011, before posing for Playboy in 2013. Her latest reality endeavor Tamara’s World premiered in October 2017. Little sister Petra divides her time between Beverly Hills and London, where she works in fashion.

Ariana Rockefeller – $2.8 Billion

The Rockefeller name is synonymous with money and American heiress Ariana Rockefeller epitomizes the luxe-lifestyle. The New York City socialite is a fixture on the U.S. amateur show jumping circuit, supports a vast number of philanthropic causes, and has a successful career as a fashion designer.

Paris and Nicky Hilton – $2.5 Billion

As heiresses to the Hilton Dynasty, sisters Paris and Nicky Hilton’s extravagant lifestyles made them media darlings in the 2000’s, with Paris appearing in her own reality television shows and paparazzi following their every move. Even though they have millions in inheritance, the Hilton sisters certainly know how to hustle on their own and each have created business empires independent of their family fortune. Paris’ perfume line alone has reaped in an approximate $1.5 billion, not to mention her watches, handbags, shoes and New York Times bestselling books. Little sister Nicky married into the aristocratic Rothschild family and is a successful designer and author in her own right.

Jennifer Katharine Gates – $85.7 Billion

As the daughter of Bill and Melinda Gates, 21-year-old Jennifer Katherine Gates is heiress to a massive fortune, but according to many media outlets she lives a “pretty normal life” which includes graduating from Stanford University with a degree in biology and competing in equestrian events during her spare time. Judging by Jennifer’s Instagram feed she’s not one to let money go to her head, instead sharing pictures of horses, family and hanging out with friends.

Tiffany Trump – $3.5 Billion

As the daughter of Donald Trump and his second wife Marla Maples, Tiffany Trump is currently studying law at Georgetown University. Named after the iconic New York jewelry store Tiffany & Co. the youngest Trump daughter has worked as an intern at Vogue and even released a music single in 2011.

Julia Louis Dreyfus – $3.4 Billion

We may know her as a successful actress and comedienne, but Julia Louis Dreyfus is also the daughter of a commodities and shipping magnate. The Louis Dreyfus Group is one of the “largest commodities trading and merchandising firms” in the world and was founded by her great-great-grandfather in 1851.

Kyra LeMoyne Kennedy – $1 Billion

As the daughter of Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Kyra Kennedy is considered American royalty. The 22-year-old socialite was part of the privileged group known as “The Rich Kids of Instagram”, which included Tiffany Trump and Gaia Matisse, before her father reportedly banned her from using Instagram and Snapchat following a cyber-bullying incident. Kyra attended the Fashion Institute of Technology in Manhattan and was shipped off to a strict European boarding school in 2016 in an effort by dad to curb her hard-partying ways!

Dorothy Wang – $3.7 Billion

Dorothy Wang shot to fame on the reality series Rich Kids of Beverly Hills where the Beverly Hills native showcased her luxe lifestyle alongside friends Brendan Fitzpatrick and Morgan Stewart. Dorothy’s dad is self-made billionaire Roger Wang, who made his fortune in real estate. Dorothy aims to add to those billionaire bucks with her own jewelry line and champagne brand.

Caroline Jones – $3.7 Billion

As the daughter of global hedge-fund manager Paul Tudor Jones II, Caroline Jones grew up leading a privileged lifestyle, but her heart actually belongs to folk and country music. The talented singer/songwriter has performed at Juilliard and Madison Square Gardens and opened shows for Jimmy Buffett and the Zac Brown Band. Caroline also hosts her own radio show on Sirius XM.

Georgina Bloomberg – $47 Billion

Billionaire heiress Georgina Bloomberg is the daughter of former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg and attended the all-girls, private Spence School in NYC. A professional equestrian and philanthropist, 35-year-old Georgina has co-authored several books about show jumping and has been recognized by the Humane Society of the United States for her “tireless work to protect all animals.”

Roberta Armani – $5.3 Billion

As the niece of Italian fashion designer Giorgio Armani, fashion pumps through Roberta Armani’s veins. Working for her uncle’s vast fashion empire, Roberta constantly rubs shoulders with celebrities and counts the Beckhams among her closest friends. Growing up Roberta wanted to be an actress, but now as her Uncle’s right hand woman in the business, Roberta travels the globe for the Armani brand.

Noor Fares – $2.3 Billion

Jewelry designer Noor Fares is the daughter of financier and former Prime Minister of Lebanon Issam Fares. Brought up in Paris, Noor has said she fell in love with jewelry since she was a small girl and that love led her to study at the London brand of the Gemological Institute of America before honing her technological skills at Central Saint Martins. Although Issam is one of the richest men in Lebanon, Noor has carved out a successful business for herself, with her designs being worn by Hollywood A-Listers.

Prisca and Jenna Courtin-Clarins – $2.2 Billion

Making their way onto various “best dressed” lists is second nature for French twins Priscilla and Jenna Courtin-Clarins. Their grandfather founded cosmetics giant Clarins and together the twins work as global ambassadors for Clarins and are shareholders in the company.

Aerin Lauder – $2.7 Billion

As the granddaughter of cosmetics mogul Estée Lauder, Aerin Lauder serves as the brands international ambassador and also has her own cosmetic, furniture, fashion and cosmetic line named AERIN. Aerin also owns an estimated 16 million shares in Estée Lauder!

Holly Branson – $4.6 Billion

Holly Branson is the daughter of British billionaire Sir Richard Branson and although she partied with royal princes William and Harry in her 20’s, Holly rarely fed the British tabloids with “heiress gone wild” stories. Trained as a doctor, Holly took a short break from practicing medicine to work for her father’s company. Holly is also a prolific philanthropist and author. In her new book “WEconomy,” Holly hopes to inspire a new generation of social entrepreneurs.

Ivanka Trump – $3.5 Billion

As the eldest daughter of President Trump, Ivanka Trump has played a prominent role in both her father’s businesses and at the White House. Ivanka has modeled in the past, authored several books and has her own fashion line. Ivanka graduated cum laude with a degree in economics from the Wharton School at The University of Pennsylvania.

Sofia Barclay – $3.2 Billion

Sofia Barclay is the granddaughter of media and real estate entrepreneur Sir David Barclay and the daughter of Telegraph Media Group chairman Aidan Barclay. Her family owns the lavish Ritz Hotel in London and with a nice little nest egg behind her, Sofia spends her time between New York City and London with ambitions of becoming an actress.

Lisa Brennan Jobs – $10.2 Billion

Lisa Brennan-Jobs is the daughter of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs and Chrisann Brennan. Jobs initially denied paternity, leaving Lisa’s mother to end the relationship and move to a commune where she gave birth to her. Jobs eventually reconciled with Lisa and finally recognized her as his daughter and she changed her last name to Jobs. According to Fortune magazine, Jobs left Lisa a multi-million dollar inheritance in his will.

Mallory Edens- $2.5 Billion

The daughter of Milwaukee Bucks owner Wesley Edens, Mallory Edens became a social media darling during the 2014 Draft Lottery. Not only is she fond of sharing bikini-clad pictures to Instagram, Mallory also doesn’t stand any nonsense from sports writers and has publicly lambasted Bill Simmons on Twitter and brought down an NBA writer who referred to her as one day becoming a “Trophy Girlfriend.”

Sofia Abramovich – $7.6 Billion

One of Britain’s richest teens, Sofia Abramovich is the daughter of Russian tycoon Roman Abramovich. Stories of Sofia’s lavish lifestyle are notorious in the press, from being flown to school in a helicopter, driven to university in a bullet-proof Range Rover, riding costly horses and vacationing at the family holiday home in Antibes, Sofia is the ultimate billionaire heiress.

Vanisha Mittal – $16.5 Billion

The daughter of India’s richest person, steel tycoon Lakshmi Mittal, Vanisha Mittal’s wedding cost daddy approximately $70 million – the second most expensive wedding in recorded history. The family flew in 1,000 guests from around the globe to participate in the six-day event held at various historic buildings in France, including the Palace of Versaille!

Emma Lasry – $1.6 Billion

Daughter of hedge fund manager Marc Lasry, Emma Lasry is an aspiring singer who is not afraid to share bikini-clad pictures on Instagram showcasing her lavish lifestyle. Her 2010 video “Closet Bitch” racked up 20,000 views in one day and although she received some pretty detrimental comments, it hasn’t stopped her from pursuing her musical dreams.

Marta Ortega-Perez – $57 Billion

Marta-Ortega Perez is the billionaire heiress daughter of one of Spain’s richest men. Marta’s dad owns retail giant Zara and since fashion is a family affair, Marta is involved in the family business. The stylish heiress is also an accomplished equestrian and is married to a professional equestrian.

Katherine and Cecilie Fredriksen – $9.7 Billion

Norwegian twin sisters, Kathrine and Cecilie Fredriksen, are heiresses to a billion dollar shipping empire and split their time between Norway and London where they both work for the family biz. Katherine earned her degree at the European Business School in London and both sisters are poised to take over their father’s empire.

Josie Ho – $2 Billion

Singer and actress Josie Ho is the daughter of Macau casino magnate Stanley Ho. She has appeared in numerous films, over the objections of her father who didn’t want her pursuing an acting career. Josie is married to filmmaker Conroy Chan and the couple founded their own film production company.

Tess Druckenmiller – $3.1 Billion

Tess Druckenmiller may be the daughter of a wealthy hedge fund manager, but she is also a successful singer-songwriter in her own right. Although she is set to inherit a reported $3 billion, Tess has already released two albums with a folk-Indie edge.

Charlotte Casiraghi – $1 Billion

Ninth in line to the throne of Monaco, Charlotte Casiraghi is the daughter of Princess Caroline and was born in Monte Carlo, Monaco. An accomplished equestrian, Charlotte works as a writer and magazine editor and is often photographed attending various fashion events. The stylish Charlotte, who inherited her grandmother Grace Kelly’s looks, is designer Karl Lagerfeld’s muse and has appeared in French Vogue.

Willa Keswick – $2.8 Billion

British socialite Willa Keswick is a renowned London party girl, who once owned a nightclub in the trendy capital city. Willa now owns a trendy clothing boutique called the Village Bicycle. As heiress to the Scottish Keswick dynasty, Willa hangs out with fellow socialites Cara and Poppy Delevingne and sports numerous tattoos.

Megan Ellison – $41 Billion

Successful film producer and Oscar nominee Megan Ellison is the daughter of billionaire Oracle Corporation chairman Larry Ellison. Ellison, who is in a partnership with Robyn Shapiro, founded Annapurna Pictures.

Princess Tatjana Nora Maria – $3.5 Billion

When you’re a princess you are bound to live a life of luxury and privilege, which is true for Princess Tatjana Nova Maria of Liechtenstein. The youngest daughter of Princess Marie and Prince Hans Adam is heir to a family fortune stemming from the wealthiest privately owned company in Europe. Princess Tatjana Nova Marie is married to Philipp von Lattorff and the couple have seven children.

Anna Anisimova – $1.6 Billion

Once known as the ‘Russian Paris Hilton’ for her hard-partying, designer lifestyle, Anna Anisimova has now settled down and is mom to four children. She is the daughter of Russian aluminum mining billionaire Vasily Anisimov and works as an actress under her married name Anna Schafer.

Jennifer Woo – $4.3 Billion

Jennifer Woo’s billionaire father made his fortune through real estate, but his daughter has chosen a different path to make her mark on the financial world. Jennifer is president of Lane Crawford Joyce Group – a massive retail fashion business based out of Hong Kong. The busy mom-of-one is also a prolific philanthropist.

Barbara Berlusconi – $7.9 Billion

The daughter of former Italian Prime Minister and media mogul, Silvio Berlusconi, Barbara Berlusconi is a lethal combination of beauty and brains. The blonde beauty graduated with honors from university and the busy Fininvest business exec also sits on the board of directors of A.C. Milan as vice-chairman and CEO.

Samantha Perelman – $12.5 Billion

As the daughter of one of the richest people in the world, both of Samantha Perelman’s parents came from wealthy families. Her father owns several businesses, including Revlon and her mother was the daughter of Hudson Media empire founder Robert Cohen. Samantha became a media sensation after she took her uncle to court in a fight to get a $600 million share of Hudson Media – a case she lost. The court, however, did award her legal expenses amounting to over $10 million.

Roshni Nadar – $4.4 Billion

Roshni Nadar’s father is one of the wealthiest men in India and Roshni has followed in her father’s footsteps working in the company, where she is now CEO. Making the list of Forbes most powerful women, Roshni is also a classically trained musician, an enthusiastic philanthropist and busy mom to two sons.

Olivia Jacqueline Mead – $2.3 Billion

As the ‘secret’ daughter of Australian mining magnate Michael Wright, Olivia Jacqueline Mead has had to fight for her fortune. Her billionaire father, who died in 2012, initially set up a trust fund of $3 million for his daughter, which she could access once turning 30. Olivia challenged her father’s will and in 2015 was awarded a lump sum of $25 million on the condition she relinquish her claim to the $3 million trust.

Liesel Pritzker – $500 Million

Heiress to the Hyatt Hotel fortune, Liesel Pritzker is a former child actress who, in 2002, filed a six-billion-dollar lawsuit against her father and eleven older cousins, claiming they had misappropriated funds meant for her and her brother, Matthew. In 2005, the suit was settled and the family fortune was split up eleven ways. Liesel and Matthew received approximately $280 million cash under the settlement.

Delphine Arnault Gancia – $4 Billion

The daughter of the richest man in France, Delphine Arnault-Gancia’s father Bernard Arnault is the chairman and CEO of LVMH (Louis Vuitton and Moet Hennessy) and chairman of Christian Dior. Delphine followed in her father’s footsteps in the fashion business and is director and VP of Louis Vuitton. She was married to Alessandro Vallarino Gancia, the heir to an Italian winemaking dynasty, before divorcing in 2010.

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