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Four Billionaire Heiresses Who Are All Set To Manage Their Family Inheritance

Life is a walk in the park if you are born to super-rich parents, and there’s no escaping the sheer privilege of wealth. Sure, billionaire heiresses go to the school, play in the park, and connect with friends through Instagram, but they surely know that they are anything but ordinary. They often lead a low-key lifestyle and try to stay grounded. It has been observed that many billionaire kids are very particular about maintaining their big bank accounts well by following a far-less extravagant lifestyle than expected. These billionaire heirs and heiresses have a lot of potential in them to step in the shoes of their parents. Here, take a look at the top billionaire heiresses who are well on their way to manage their family inheritance.

Amanda Hearst – Great Grandchild of William Randolph Hearst

Amanda is the probable next CEO of Hearst Corporation, a media house that owns broadcasting brands such as A+E Networks, top lifestyle and fashion magazines such as Elle and Esquire, and numerous daily and periodical publications. Thanks to her great grandfather, media mogul William Randolph Hearst, the Fordham University graduate is now a scion of the tabloid industry and sits on a whole lot of money. Although she lives all on her own on the Upper East Side of New York, Amanda’s spending spree often makes headlines, and Harper’s Bazaar claimed in one of their articles that Amanda shells out about $136,000 on makeup, cosmetics, and other things. She’s now 35 plus a little more and an associate media editor for Marie Claire.

Marta Ortega-Perez – Daughter of Amancio Ortega

Marta Ortega-Perez, a horse-riding enthusiast, walked the aisle with Carlos Torretta on November 2018, and the wedding, which was attended by 400 Hollywood A-listers, was called the “Wedding of the Year”. Her father, Spanish billionaire Amancio Ortega, is likely to hand over his fashion empire, most notably the Zara Retail Chain, to her as he has already retired from the parent company, Inditex. Amanda is already hogging a lot of limelight. As of now, she is learning the ABC’s of managing retail POS and retail marketing, but she would soon move up the ranks to step in her father’s shoes. Many rich kids don’t have to earn their positions in the business empires built by their parents, but that was not the case for Marta. She had to actually learn stocking shelves and dealing with customers, making her different from other heiresses.

Tamara Ecclestone – Daughter of Bernie Ecclestone

Tamara Ecclestone, a British model and socialite, is the daughter of Bernie Ecclestone, the F1 supremo who happens to be one of the richest persons in the UK. Like all rich kids, Tamara follows an extremely lavish lifestyle as she can afford all the luxury in the world with her estimated net worth of £230 million. She has got an amazing Kensington house which is worth £70 million, and her wardrobe has been valued at £5 million! Tamara’s money, however, is not entirely from her super-rich parents (her mother, Croatian model Slavica Radić, is also a billionaire) as she has worked on her eponymous reality show, has been quite successful as a model, and has worked as a TV presenter, too. She is married to Jay Rutland, an Essex businessman who has also built a business empire worth £38 million.

Ariana Rockefeller – Great-Great Grandchild of John D. Rockefeller

Ariana and Camilla are two of the youngest members of the Rockefeller dynasty who are ready to take the center stage, with the former already owning a heritage brand that offers a plethora of ready-to-use handbags. The blonde beauty currently lives in New York, though she frequently flies off to Europe as she is a semi-professional equestrian like many rich kids her age and enjoys the crowd response in the UK and elsewhere in Europe. Her husband, Matthew Bucklin, found it really difficult to court her as Ariana was initially apprehensive about getting romantically involved with him but tied the knot with him eventually. Ariana has also served for the non-profit organization, David Rockefeller Fund.

Kids born with a silver spoon in their mouth have an additional onus of responsibility as they must get the hang of wealth management at a very young age. While it’s true that many billionaire parents and grandparents prefer to keep their heirs and heiresses off all the limelight, some have already become famous in their own right.

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