MacKenzie Scott, the former wife of Jeff Bezos, owner of US-based e-commerce company Amazon and the world’s richest person, has become the world’s richest woman, surpassing L’oreal sa heir Francoise Bettencourt Meyers.
MacKenzie Scott, whose fortune rose to $ 66.4 billion as Amazon shares rose, has become the world’s richest woman, surpassing L’oreal sa heir Francoise Bettencourt Meyers, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.
Scott during his divorce from Bezos Amazon.com Inc.he bought a 4 percent stake in.
HE RECEIVED AN AWARD FOR HIS FIRST BOOK
MacKenzie Scott began writing after her marriage. In 2006, he won the American Book Award for his work the Testing of Luther Albert. The Mackenzie-Jeff couple, who had three children, also adopted a girl from China. The duo announced on Twitter in 2019 that they would be divorcing.
BILLION DOLLAR DIVORCE PROCESS
MacKenzie Bezos, who is divorcing Jeff Bezos, 56, the founder of Amazon and considered the world’s richest man, had a fortune of about $ 37 billion, Bloomberg reported.
In the divorce settlement, the couple agreed to keep Mackenzie’s $ 35.6 billion stake in Amazon, the internet retail giant that is the world’s most valuable brand.
One of the first employees of Amazon, which Jeff Bezos founded in Seattle in 1994 in the garage of their home, was his writer wife MacKenzie. The couple, who married in 1993, have 4 children.
MADE A BILLION-DOLLAR DONATION
MacKenzie Scott reverted to the surname Tuttle after continuing to use the surname Bezos for some time. The 50-year-old author, who was the world’s third richest woman when she divorced, has donated $ 1.7 billion to charities. With Amazon shares soaring, MacKenzie Scott Tuttle has become the holder of the title of the world’s richest woman.