Meet The World’s Youngest Female Billionaires – 16 Pics
Published in Apr 2021 / Updated in May 2021
If you wanted to know the youngest female billionaires in the world today, look no further.
Regardless of how you feel about massive wealth, these ladies have made it, and each has a unique story behind her incredible financial success. The only common factor among them is that they have more wealth and riches than most people could ever dream of owning.
It does not matter if they inherited the wealth or worked hard to get it. The truth is that these young women are super-rich.
So, let’s get started.
1. Amanda Hearst
Amanda Hearst has already appeared in several magazines, thanks to her immense fortune. Personally, she is worth $100 million, but her family is worth tens of billions, which makes her a billionaire heiress.
Her family owns several newspapers and publications, and their success throughout the world has made them lots of money.
2. Dylan Lauren
Dylan was incredibly inspired by the film Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory after watching it at the age of 5. She decided to open her own candy factory.
Today, she owns Dylan’s Candy Bar, which sells more than 5,000 types of candies and is known as the “largest candy store in the world.” She has 5 shops in the U.S.
In 2007, she was named among the 25 Most Stylish New Yorkers. Currently, she is worth about $50 million, but her father, Ralph Lauren, is worth $7.2 billion as of 2021.
Ralph Lauren is a renowned fashioner designer. He designed her wedding gown for her wedding in 2011.
Dylan’s dream of owning a candy manufacturing company came true in 2001. She is a graduate of Duke University.
3. Holly Branson
Obviously, even if you have never heard of her, you can probably guess that Holly Branson is Richard Branson’s daughter. She is a billionaire in the making and is set to inherit $4.6 billion her father has amassed over his many years in business.
Holly has always wanted to be a doctor, and she got her medical degree back in 2007. She worked as a junior at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.
She is currently the special projects manager at Virgin Management Limited and also sits on the Virgin Unite board. Virgin Unite takes much of her father’s time and energy and mostly deals with nonprofits that help fight causes like fistula and other humanitarian issues.
Eventually, she gave up her medical career at her father’s request to help out with the Virgin brand. She is now the new face of the company and is poised to take over her father’s billions in the future.
4. Marie Besnier Beauvalot
Although she is in her early thirties, Marie Besnier Beauvalot is worth $6.8 billion as of 2021. She inherited a business worth billions of money, and she split the family fortune with her siblings.
Today, she is part owner in a French dairy company known as Lactalis, where she owns a 20.7 percent stake in the company. The company makes billions of dollars in sales every year.
Lactalis is the largest dairy concern in the world at the moment. The heiress lives in Laval, Mayenne, France.
Along with her two brothers, she owns the company, which was started by her grandfather Andre Besnier back in 1933. The company started as a small cheese-making company.
After the inheritance, she became the youngest billionaire in France.
5. Serra Sabanci
Serra Sabanci is worth $1 billion. She is part of Sabanci Holdings, which is Turkey’s biggest financial and industrial conglomerate with annual revenues of over $100 billion every year.
Serra is both a shareholder and a board member of the company.
Today, she is among the 30 richest people in Turkey, having graduated from the University of Portsmouth.
She also sits at the board of her charity organization. Serra tragically lost her father in an assassination back in 1996.
Her family is the wealthiest Turkish household, according to Forbes.
6. Tory Burch
Tory Burch is worth $1 billion. She is well known in the fashion industry, although she has lately grown in popularity due to her charity work.
Her fashion empire makes over a billion in sales every year, and it deals in everything from fragrances to accessories.
Her designs took the world by storm back in 2004, and she began to work in the industry and managed to build a name for herself in the industry within a few short years.
7. Elizabeth Holmes
In 2015, Elizabeth Holmes was at the top of Forbes’ list of Richest Self-Made Women In America with a net worth of $4.5 billion.
She founded a blood-testing company, Theranos, in 2003 with the goal of revolutionizing the diagnostic testing market. She owns 50% of the company.
8. Delphine Arnault
Delphine Arnault is worth an estimated $4 billion. Her father, Bernard Arnault, is among the richest men on the planet. He is estimated to have a net worth of about $181.7 billion as of 2021.
She is a member of the LVMH group, which controls brands like Marc Jacobs, Dior, and Louis Vuitton. She joined the group when she was only 28 and later became the company’s CEO.
She is well-respected for her effort in making her father wealthier. She was married to Alessandro Vallarino Gancia in 2005, and she had her first baby in 2012.
9. Vanisha Mittal Bhatia
Vanisha Mittal is married to Amit Bhatia, who owns a significant stake in a popular London football club.
She is credited for having the wedding of the century for spending $78 million in a ceremony that lasted six days. India’s richest man, steel magnate Lakshmi Mittal, her father, paid for the expensive event, and he is estimated to be worth $16.5 billion as of 2021.
She is his only daughter. She graduated from the European Business School.
10. Aerin Lauder
Although she is in her forties, Aerin Lauder is worth $2.9 billion through her ownership of 16 million shares in Estee Lauder Companies. She also owns a personal beauty, accessories, and fragrance fashion line known as AERIN.
She is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, and she worked at her family’s company after her graduation.
Aerin is also a popular New York socialite, although she is also a director at her family’s company, a position she has held for over 20 years. She currently lives with her husband and two sons in New York.
11. Anna Getty
Anna’s grandfather, Paul Getty owned Getty Oil. On her part, she runs many nonprofit organizations that promote well-being.
She is a billionaire heiress, thanks to her family’s vast fortunes estimated to be worth about $5.4 billion. Earlier, she was an actress and a yoga teacher.
Anna has also written a book titled Anna Getty’s Easy Green Organic and I’m Dreaming of a Green Christmas: Gifts, Decorations, and Recipes that Use Less and Mean More.
12. Charlotte Casiraghi
Charlotte Casiraghi is a Monaco businesswoman and the daughter of Princess of Hanover, Caroline. She is in line to sit at the throne of Monaco, which means she has access to substantial wealth.
Her family is worth several billion, but personally, she is worth about $30 million.
However, she likes to be identified as a magazine editor, a film producer, and an ambassador of equestrian sports rather than a rich heiress.
13. Georgina Bloomberg
Georgina was in the popular HBO film Born Rich, in which she related what it was like being a billionaire heiress. She is close friends with Trump’s daughter, Ivanka Trump.
She is a free spirit and a notable equestrian. She also appeared on Forbes’ list of the 20 Hottest Billionaire Heiresses back in 2007.
14. Hind Hariri
With a value of well $1.1 billion, Hind Hariri is clearly one of the richest female billionaires in the world. She studied in Beirut, and she is married with kids.
Hind is the daughter of the former Lebanese Prime Minister and businessman Rafik Hariri. She graduated from the American University in Beirut in 2006.
She got most of her wealth as an inheritance from her family at the age of 24. That made her one of the youngest billionaires ever.
She is the youngest in a family of five.
15. Alannah Weston
The Weston family is worth an estimated $10.7 billion as of 2021. Alannah was the creative director of Selfridges, a British department store chain owned by her father, Galen Weston, before taking over as Chairman in 2019.
He repurchased the business in 2003, and it has won the award of being the International Association of Department’s “World’s Best Department Store” for three years in a row.
Although her family is incredibly wealthy, they like to keep a low profile. Before she became a director, she was a journalist with The Daily Telegraph. She also worked with Tatler and British Vogue.
She is married and has two daughters.
16. Alexandra Andresen
Although she is in her early 20s, Alexandra is already a billionaire. The Norwegian is worth well over $1.4 billion as of 2021.
Her father, Johan H. Andresen Jr., is the owner of Ferd AS. In 2007, he transferred ownership stakes of 42.2% to Alexandra and her sister even though he insisted that he would not force them to be part of the company.
The corporation runs hedge funds and takes part in the Nordic stock exchange.