You don’t have to look at online colleges when you are an heiress, I mean you could, however, we can only picture the life of an heiress with glamorous and elegant activities! Whether attending dinner parties with the top 1% or having dinner with famous people all while breaking boundaries in the world of fashion, entertainment, music, and so on. We’ve put together the daughters of billions who would also inherit billions.
Dylan Lauren – $2 billion
Ralph Lauren ‘s fashionista daughter, Dylan, is the first on this list. The 46 year-old has a degree in art history from Duke University. She is also the owner of Dylan’s Candy Bar in New York City, one of the “largest candy store in the world.” Sweet-tooth, anyone? The foundation, Dylan’s Candy BarN, was created in an attempt to help animals in need find a good home. As she continues her efforts to support, protect and establish a safer environment for animals, she also planned to open an animal shelter.
Amanda Hearst – $2 billion
She is best known as a cover model for magazines such as Cosmopolitan and International Harper’s Bazaar. The 36-year-old socialite, activist, fashion model, and the heiress to William Randolph Hearst ‘s media conglomerate, the world-famous and well-known Hearst Corporation. Amanda has been an associate market editor in Marie Claire and the founding member of Friends of Finn, an organization which aims to stop dogs from being abused in inhumane and cruelly way in puppy mills. She also served as the Co-chair of the Junior Council of Riverkeeper. She graduated from Fordham university with an undergraduate degree in art history.
Ariana Rockefeller – $2.8 billion
Ariana Rockefeller might ring a bell since they are one of the most historically significant families in the United States. She is a fashion designer, amateur show jumper and great-granddaughter of John D. Rockefeller, founder of Standard Oil, and was born on May 26, 1982. This 38-year-old, like everyone in her family, is not only a philanthropist, but is also a college graduate. Well, not online colleges, but a graduate of Columbia University. Oh yes, she took fashion courses, as well, and she’s a sought-after fashion designer.
Prisca and Jenna Courtin-Clarins – $2.2 billion
When you are born to the Clarins household, the King and the Queen of the Cosmetic World, who needs fashion courses or online colleges? The granddaughters of Jacques Courtin-Clarins and heiress to the French luxury skincare brand Clarins, Prisca, and Jenna Courtin-Clarins. The twins act as ambassadors for the company and have on many occasions been dubbed “best dressed” by various fashion designers. Now they all work together in the family business, and they are an unstoppable force.
Katherine and Cecilie Fredriksen – $9.7 billion
According to the Sunday Times Rich List, Norwegian twins Kathrine and Cecilie Fredriksen have hit the media after their families have been named the 12th richest in the United Kingdom. Katherine and Cecilie are associated with their father’s $16 billion shipping empire as far as they are concerned. Furthermore, the 48th richest person in the world, is John Fredriksen, their father. The two sisters are more than just fashion courses educated, they’ve got a knack for all fashion related things. They are both believed to be single and based in London, where they could be left unnoticed as heiresses since they are surrounded by other ex-pat billionaires.
Dorothy Wang – $3.7 billion
The famous designer and businesswoman, Dorothy Wang, is the breakout star of the hit E! show #RichKids of Beverly Hills at that time. Wang owns and manages her own brand of jewelry successfully, and is proud to say that she does so without fail to “make a name for herself.” She is also a major philanthropist, associated in charities such as UNICEF and Children’s Hospital. Specializing on real estate developments in clothing and car repairs, is the daughter of the billionaire mogul, Roger Wang, and CEO of Golden Eagle International Group.
Anna Anisimova – $1.6 billion
The daughter of the Russian billionaire, Vasily Anisimov, the genius who built an aluminum mining company shortly after the fall of the Soviet Union (we ‘re not kidding, he’s super intelligent). A day in her life, and for many years to come, she never needs to look into online colleges. Anna is a self-employed real estate investor, also widely known as Russian Paris Hilton. Then again, she was not just a socialite—she made huge profits by investing in the real estate market.
Sofia Abramovich – $8.9 billion
You probably know the last name, Abramovich, if you’re obsessed with soccer. Sofia’s father, Roman, is the owner of a Chelsea football club but has shares in Nickel’s Norilsk and Evraz as well. Sofia is the daughter of businessman, investor, politician, and Chelsea FC owner Roman Abramovich-who is currently living in Tel Aviv after his UK investor’s visa expired in April. The 19-year-old is very social media-friendly. She’s also always posting about her luxurious lifestyle.
Charlotte Casiraghi – $1 billion
In fact, Charlotte is the second child of Caroline, Princess of Hanover, and Stefano Casiraghi, an Italian industrialist. She’s also 11th in line to the throne of Monaco! A real-life fairy princess, someone pinch me! Her maternal grandparents were…wait for it… Rainier III, Prince of Monaco, and the American actress Grace Kelly. Just wow! She married film producer Dimitri Rassam, son of French actress Carole Bouquet, at the Princely Palace of Monaco on June 1, 2019.
Ivanka Trump – $3.5 billion
Ivanka Trump is known as a respected businesswoman rather than just an assistant to the president of the United States, which is her father, Donald. She’s created her own path, published two books, and she has a soft heart when it comes to charitable work.
Barbara Berlusconi – $9 billion
Barbara, 36, is one of Silvio Berlusconi ‘s daughters (media tycoon, former prime minister of Italy). At the age of 26, Berlusconi received a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and a first-class degree, 110/110 cum laude, at the Vita-Salute San Raffaele University. The fact that Barbara is busy as a business executive, and advisor to the Fininvest Board, and also a vice-chairman and CEO of AC Milan’s soccer club, is why she has never looked at online colleges. Not bad!
Sofia Barclay – $3.2 billion
The grandfather of Sofia is a self-made billionaire, Sir David Barclay, who struck “gold” on the real estate market, but it was the father of Sofia who expanded the empire of the family. The Barclay family currently owns one of the largest British media groups, Telegraph Media Group. The heiress decided to move to London and pursue acting.
Marta Ortega-Perez – $62.3 billion
Yeah, no, you didn’t read that net worth wrong, Marta’s going to inherit a lot of money, and that’s only because she’s Amancio Ortega’s daughter. That’s right, that would be the creator of Inditex, an internationally known fashion corporation that owns the iconic Zara retail chain. Her father has her thoroughly trained to finally take full control, however she starts at the bottom, stocking up shelves and handling customers.
Tess Druckenmiller – $3.1 billion
Tess Druckenmiller, 22, takes the world of music by storm, and has released two albums. Her father is a Hedge fund manager, Stanley Druckenmiller, and she’s set to inherit a net worth of $ 3 billion. Tess certainly doesn’t have to look at online colleges since she’s well on her way to becoming a star.
Princess Tatjana Nora Maria – $3.5 billion
A Princess is joining the list! Meet the youngest and only daughter of the Liechtenstein Global Trust, of Princess Marie and Prince Hans-Adam II, Princess Tatyana Nora Maria. It so happens that this trust is the richest private-owned company in all of Europe. Amazing.
Vanisha Mittal – $16.5 billion
Indian steel magnate, Lakshmi Mittal is the father of Vanisha. At the age of 36, Vanisha studied business at the European Business School AND the University of London, and not in online colleges. And she became ArcelorMittal ‘s non-independent director at the age of 38.
Aerin Lauder – $3.7 billion
Like Rockefeller, Lauder is well recognized by most, and behind the beauty firm are Joseph and Estée Lauder. Henceforth, Aerin is a total guru in fashion and that is without taking fashion courses. Lauder is the Style and Image Director of the Estée Lauder Companies but she also has her own cosmetics, perfumes, fashion and furniture collection named AERIN. Furthermore, she has a collection of furniture and accessories. She even owns 16 million shares in the Estée Lauder Companies.
Kyra Sedgwick And Kevin Bacon – $66 million
Both Kyra Sedgwick and Kevin Bacon are actors who are also husband and wife. Thanks to their work on 45 + films, they have a combined net worth of $66 million. They have two children who will inherit their immense wealth, Sosie and Travis.
Jack Nicholson – $400 million
The filmmaker and actor Jack Nicholson has been in the industry for more than 60 years, and has finished his career with $400 million in net worth. He also had a diverse range of films and TV shows, his most prominent is The Shining, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest and As Good as It Gets. He’s 83 years old now, retired and living his best life.
Dakota Johnson- $100 Million
The American actor Don Johnson and actress Melanie Griffith are the parents of Dakota Johnson. Her grandparents are actress Tippi Hedren, and Peter Griffith, an advertising executive. Dakota herself is an actress who appeared in films like the Fifty Shades of Grey, 21 Jump Street and The Social Network, among others. After all this said, it goes without saying that she’s inheriting more than $100 million.
Megan Ellison – $55.6 billion
If your dad is a co-founder of Oracle Corporation and is considered the 5th richest man in the U.S., well, you ‘re definitely going to make the list. Annapurna Pictures was founded by 34-year-old Megan and has also worked on films such as American Hustle and Her, for which she was nominated for an Oscar. She was included in the annual Time 100 list of the most influential people in the world in 2014.
Tamara and Petra Ecclestone – $4.2 billion
You would automatically think of Tamara and Petra Ecclestone when you think of a typical billionaire heiress. The daughters of the self-made Formula 1 billionaire, Bernard Eccleston, are always in the tabloids. They ‘re well-known socialites, with their luxurious cars and a private jet style of living.
Josie Ho – $2 billion
The daughter of the Macao casino magnate Stanley Ho, is Josie, 45 years old. She portrayed various roles, including acting the parts of prostitutes, which clashed dramatically with her own affluent childhood as a billionaire ‘s daughter. And while Josie herself has been tearing it up as a singer and actress in 50 films, her latest film was in House of Wolves.
Jennifer Katharine Gates – $87.7 billion
The daughter of Bill Gate joins our list easily given her dad created Microsoft and is listed as the world’s richest man every year. Despite her affluent background, Jennifer is very down to earth, she attended Stanford University because, come on, Gates doesn’t need online colleges.
Chloe Green – $5.25 billion
Sir Phillip Green, the richest Englishman who owns the Arcadia Group, one of the largest retail empires in the country, Topshop and Miss Selfridge, is also Chloe Green ‘s father. If she took some fashion courses, we’re not sure, but she designs clothes for her own company, CJG (Chloe Jade Green).
Paris and Nicky Hilton – $2.5 billion
Paris and Nicky Hilton, as well as the Hilton family, do not need an introduction. All we’re trying to say is that Nicky owns her own fashion line and is married to James Rothschild, yup, the super-duper wealthy Rothschild family.
Julia Louis Dreyfus – $3.4 billion
Julia Louis Dreyfus, is an American actress, comedian, producer, and singer. She is known for her work in the television comedy series Saturday Night Live, Seinfeld, The New Adventures of Old Christine, and Veep. She is one of the most awarded actresses in American television history , winning more Emmy Awards and more Screen Actors Guild Awards than any other star, tying Cloris Leachman for the most acting wins. And she is in line to inherit the massive net worth of $ 3 billion from her father, though, she doesn’t really need it.
Georgina Bloomberg – $47 billion
Yeah. She is the daughter of Susan Brown and Michael Bloomberg – the former mayor of New York City, and the founder of Bloomberg LP, as well as the 2020 U.S. presidential candidate, and even ranked 20th richest man in the world! Georgina Leigh Bloomberg is the owner of the New York Empire equestrian team, a professional equestrian as well as a philanthropist.
Willa Keswick – $2.85 billion
Since 1855, the Keswick family is a Scottish business dynasty affiliated with the Far East and in particular the Jardine Matheson conglomerate. Willa operates her very own boutique in East London and is set to inherit nearly $ 3 billion as Jardine Matheson & Co and Mandarin Hotel Group are owned and managed by her family.
Olivia Jacqueline Mead – $2.3 billion
It turns out that Olivia is actually the late Australian billionaire’s ‘secret daughter,’ who died recently back in 2012. The businessmen managed to leave a $3 million trust fund for the 25-year-old, but on a condition that she would receive the funds when she turns 30.
Noor Fares – $2.3 billion
Issam Fares is the sixth wealthiest man in Lebanon, and he is also the Lebanese politician and tycoon who is the father of Noor. Noor has never formed an interest in their family business, nor has she taken up online colleges, instead she’s designing jewels that many Hollywood deep-pockets often bought.
Tiffany Trump – $3.5 billion
Tiffany, 27, is the daughter of US President Donald Trump, and like his fellow sibling, Ivanka, she is likely to inherit a net worth of $ 3 billion. Instead of attending an Ivy League school like the rest of her family, Tiffany didn’t need online universities. Make sure to follow her outlandish Instagram daily life!
Kyra LeMoyne Kennedy – $1 billion
Next is Robert F. Kennedy Jr’s daughter, a niece of John F. Kennedy. Kennedy is part of the Snap Pack and the Rich Kids of Instagram, social groups of privileged teenagers and young adults including Andrew Warren, Tiffany Trump, EJ Johnson, Gaïa Jacquet-Matisse, Reya Benitez, Ezra J. William, and Peter Brant II. She was involved in a cyber-bullying incident in 2016, towards New York Magazine blogger, Allie Jones, so her father reportedly banned her from using Instagram and Snapchat.
Emma Lasry – $1.59 billion
Emma’s father, Marc Lasry, CEO of the Moroccan-American Avenue Capital Group. And somehow it appears that he owns one of the biggest hedge funds out there.However, Emma is a talented singer who doesn’t want the money from her family to contribute to her music career at all. She wants to get to the top by herself and that’s worthy of praise.
Roberta Armani – $5.3 billion
You’re bound to make the list, with a last name like Armani. Roberta is the niece of Giorgio Armani, one of the best, most internationally known fashion designers out there. Roberta is currently the family company’s director of PR and all except that she didn’t take up fashion courses. I mean, come on, it runs in her blood.
Jennifer Woo -$4.3 billion
Peter Woo is heavily interested in the real estate industry, but Jennifer is more focused on retail. She’s the founder of Lane Crawford, a big department store in Hong Kong. In their top ten Asian women to watch, the Wall Street Journal is even named Jennifer. She has also been involved in charity work and philanthropy.
Lisa Brennan Jobs – $10.2 billion
Getting notorious last names going, here’s another one for you, Jobs. As in Steve Jobs, his daughter, CEO of Apple Inc., did not need online schools, but rather is a Harvard graduate who is set to inherit a good amount of money, and she’s also a writer herself.
Roshni Nadar -$4.2 billion
Well, Roshni is Shiv Nadar’s daughter. And yeah, he’s one of the richest men in India. I mean, he’s earned everything he’s got because he created everything he’s got from the beginning to the end. After she reached her 20s, she joined the family business and became the CEO. She works incredibly hard, which is something she’s learned from her dad.
Samantha Perelman – $12.5 billion
Samantha ‘s parents are both extremely wealthy. Her mom is the daughter of Robert Cohen, the founder of the Hudson Media empire, while her father is a prosperous investor and businessman, Ronald Perelman of Mac Andrews & Forbes Incorporated. Needless to say, Samantha is the daughter of one of the world’s 80 richest people. Must be lovely!
Caroline Jones – $3.7 billion
Paul Tudor Jones II places 376 on Forbe ‘s list of billionaires. But not only is the manager of the BVI Global Fund beautiful, she is super talented as well. Caroline is a singer-songwriter who has been fortunate to perform at Juilliard and Madison Square Garden. She partnered up with Dave Matthews and Paul Simon!
Mallory Edens – $2.5 billion
This is Mallory, the 23-year-old daughter of Wes Edens, the co-owner of Milwaukee Bucks. When her father picked her to lead the team in a lottery draft, Mallory became a sensation pretty quickly. And even her following on social media doubled!
Holly Branson – $4.6 billion
Legally speaking, Holly Branson is not a royal heiress, but she is as similar as she could get to the aristocratic type. And in case the picture they didn’t give it away, she’s the daughter of Richard Branson, founder of the multi-billion empire, Virgin Group. And even though she briefly studied medicine, she then opted to work as a project manager for her father’s company.
Kim Lim – $2.1 Billion
Kim Lim is an icon of social media, and the daughter of Peter Lim, a self-made billionaire. This mother of one is really down to earth. Her father worked extremely hard before becoming the successful Remiser King of Singapore. Now he owns the Thomson Medical Center, the Spanish football club in Valencia, and even soccer star’s image rights, Cristiano Ronaldo.
Clare Bronfman – $2.6 Billion
The 41-year-old is the youngest daughter of Edgar Bronfman Sr., a billionaire philanthropist and former chairman of Seagram. Clare started her equestrian career at the age of 17. She ‘s usually implicated in a lot of charitable activities.
Sara Bronfman – $2.6 Billion
Sara is up next as we talk about the Bronfman family! The 42-year-old is a humanitarian as well as human rights activist. Sara is actively involved with charitable organizations with a larger emphasis on sustainability in the area when it comes to her non-profit work.
Alexa Dell – $24 Billion
Alexa Dell is the daughter of Michael Dell, a computer magnate. She manages a technology consulting company and even considers the Bumble dating app as a client. Her fiancé, Harrison Refoua, is a millionaire real-estate investor.
Delphine Arnault Gancia – $26 Billion
Meet with Bernard Arnault, the glamorous daughter of Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton tycoon. Indeed she is a London School of Economics graduate. She worked in management consultancy, before entering the family business in 2000. Delphine collaborated with John Galliano and also partnered with Christian Dior and Loewe. And yes, she’s still the only woman on the LVMH board at only 28 years of age. She’s also married to the heir of an Italian wine fortune.
Samantha Kluge – $9.5 Billion
Known to be a bit of a wild kid, Samantha is the daughter of John Kluge, the media billionaire, who was once America’s richest man. Samantha has 12 tattoos, and two marriages annulled. The neo-socialite runs its own design company in LA for jewelry and accessories.
Alannah Weston – $7 Billion
Meet Alannah, the Irish-born daughter of the second-richest man in Canada, Galen Weston, who is Selfridges’ artistic director. She will also work at Selfridges information desk. She now marries British architect Alexander Cochrane. Since it was purchased by the Weston family in 2004, Alannah Weston has been creative director of the British department store chain Selfridges. She was also appointed deputy chairman of Selfridges Group in early 2014, while she took over as chairman in 2019.
Hind Hariri – $1 Billion
Hind is the youngest child of the slain Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. Hind was the youngest person on Forbes’ World Billionaires in 2006, for a brief period. She holds a degree from Beirut’s Lebanese American University. She also campaigned in his successful bid for a seat in the Parliament of Lebanon for her brother. Forbes magazine labeled her as “one of the youngest billionaires in the world” in 2008.