Among them is Salma Hayek..The 10 richest women in Britain

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The British Sunday Times has published the annual list of the world’s wealthy, which also includes the wealthiest women in the United Kingdom. Below are the top ten women topped the list.

Christine Rausing – 12.1 billion pounds

She is considered the richest woman in Britain, as she owns a third of the Tetra Pak packaging company for liquid foods in the world. Christine is the granddaughter of Swedish billionaire Robin Roasing, founder of Tetra Pak.

Charlene de Carvalho Heineken – £ 10.3 billion

The daughter of Freddy Heineken, the 65-year-old fermentation giant, owns a quarter of the company named after her great-grandfather.

Marit Rowsing – 9.6 billion pounds

Mariet is a member of the Raozing family and is the wife of the late Hans Housing, a son of the founder of Tetra Pak.

Her husband left Sweden for the United Kingdom in the early 1980s, and sold his stake to his brother, Jad, in the 1990s, in what is now the world’s largest food packaging company.

Kirsty Bertarelli – 9.2 billion pounds

Kirsty is the former UK beauty queen and wife of Ernesto Bertarelli, the Italian-born Swiss businessman who until 2007 held the biotech giant Serono.

Dennis Coates – £ 7.2 billion

Dennis is the founder and CEO of Bet365. In 2018, she received an annual salary and earnings of £ 323 million, making her the highest-paid CEO in Britain.

Salma Hayek – 6.6 billion pounds

A Mexican-born Hollywood actress made a fortune by acting in films such as Desparado, From Dusk, Tel Down, and Bus n Potts.

However, it was her marriage to billionaire French businessman Francois-Henri Pinault, president of luxury goods company Keyring, that drove her to the top ten in the list of the rich. According to the Daily Mail.

Baroness Howard de Walden – £ 4.3 billion

Hazel Chernin, who holds the title of 10th Baroness for Howard de Walden, inherited huge estate in central London from her father.

Leon Schroeder – £ 4 billion

The daughter of the late Bruno Schroeder inherited his fortune when he died last year. The family owns 48% of Schroders, a London-based multinational asset management firm. Leoni lives on her farm in Scotland.

Curry Perodo – £ 3.4 billion

The French businesswoman, who was born in Singapore, owns the Brinco Oil Group, which was founded by her late husband, Herbert Perodo. Carrie Perodo lives in the British capital, London.

Harriet Heymann – £ 3 billion

Harriet is the wife of British businessman Michael Moritz, a partner at Sequoia Capital, which has invested heavily in Internet companies, including Google.





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