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These Are The Richest Women In The World, 2021

It is about some few months to go for us to say goodbye to 2021. A year that many businesses and entities are still struggling to find their feet during this corona season. Well, in some cases, others are extremely excelling in their businesses despite the outbreak of the pandemic.

In the business world, women of late, are really excelling and signalling their male counterparts of their unwavering capabilities when it comes to creating wealth. These women have served as a source of inspiration to the young ones that are looking forward to become like them by proving to them that, they can also achieve exceedingly great things in life.

With the help of Forbes Magazine, I bring to you the top richest women in the world as at 2021. Relax and go through the list carefully. The world's richest man, Jeff Bezos' ex-wife is rightly here in the list. Enjoy the list below.

1. Francoise Bettencourt Meyers & family

According to Fobres Magazine, Francoise Bettencourt Meyers who is 67-years-old, is the richest woman in the world with an estimated net worth of $73.6 billion (N29,089,375,000,000). Her mother, Liliane Bettencourt passed away in 2017 and Francoise Bettencourt Meyers inherited her wealth. However, her mother, Liliane Bettencourt also inherited part of her fortune from his father.

2. Alice Walton

Second on the list is a 71-year-old American woman, Alice Walton. She has an estimated net worth of $61.8 billion and this makes her the second richest woman in the world.

3. MacKenzie Scott

Coming third on the list is a 53 year old American, MacKenzie Scott who is Jeff Bezos' ex-wife. She is worth $53 billion. Her source of fortune is actually from Amazon.

4. Julia Koch & family

Net worth: $46.4 billion.

5. Miriam Adelson

Net worth: $38.2 billion.

6. Jacqueline Mars

Net worth: $31.3 billion.

7. Yang Huiyan & family

Net worth: $29.6 billion.

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