After the insane popularity of Bravo's Real Housewife franchise, fans and followers of the show have grown even more obsessed with figuring out the routines of the world's wealthiest wives.
It is clear that most affluent wives would never sign a contract to appear on any reality show as they have more important things to do in life like running the family business, eradicating poverty from the world or reminding husband (who happens to be the president of the US) to keep his hand on the heart while reciting national anthem.
The heiress of multi-million dollar companies who are busy removing the bad from the world by donating some of their time to good causes has their entire month planned since day one of every month.
We at wittyFeed have compiled the list of 13 wealthiest homemakers and what lies behind their extravagant makeup.
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Melinda Gates, the wife of Bill Gates has set up Bill and Melinda Foundation to fight poverty at the global level. In 2012, Melinda took the pledge that she would donate $562 million to help the third world women with contraception. It didn't hurt Bill Gates, as his net worth is whooping $87.2 billion.
For those who don't know, Bill Gates was Melinda's boss and he chased her down to the parking lot to propose to her. Melinda had said in an interview that Bill Gates' intelligence and sarcasm was the reason she fell in love with him.
Dasha Zhukova had met Roman Abramovich, who was once the richest man in Russia, at New Year's Party in 2015. Dasha was 25 and was married to tennis star Marat Safin, whereas Abramovich was 40 and was married to his second wife with whom he had five children. Dasha and Roman started to meet secretly, and Abramovich got her pregnant with two kids. But both of them referred to each other as boyfriend and girlfriend. The truth was that they were already married.
Priscilla Chan and founder of Facebook met in a queue for the washroom at Harvard frat party. They started dating and were in a relationship for nine years before getting married in 2012. Chan is a paediatrician. She is the daughter of Chinese immigrants and can speak three different languages.
As someone who aspires to become a writer, Mackenzie Bezos gave interviews for the job in the early 1990s at the Hedge Fund in NYC. Jeff Bezos was the person who took her interviews and she got the job but Mackenzie wasn't only interested in the job.
She said,"My office was next door to his, and all day long I listened to that fabulous laugh." She recalls, "How could you not fall in love with that laugh?"
After dating Jeff for more than three months, the two of them got married in 1993. Mackenzie moved to Seattle with Jeff, where he founded a startup company Amazon.com (which was worth $80 billion).
Together, they're parents of four children, whereas Mackenzie is the author of two novels. When asked if Amazon is destroying the publishing industry, she replied: "Not at all. I think Amazon has been great for readers."
Melania Trump is a former model from Slovenia and the first ever immigrant to hold the place of First Lady of the United States (since 1825). She met Trump at the Kit Kat Club in 1998. At that time, she was 25 and Trump was 52. After getting together in 1998, they broke up in the same year and then again in 2000.
In 2004, Donald Trump proposed the immigrant model with 1.5 million dollar engagement ring at Met Costume Gala event. As per Forbes estimates, Trump's assets are worth $3.5 billion.
Jerry Hall, a former model is also known as the ex-partner of Mick Jagger and mother to his four children. They split after Jagger was rumoured to have cheated on her. In 2015, Jerry started dating, Rupert Murdoch, who is a business tycoon with the net worth of $13 billion. It was Murdoch's third marriage at the age of 84 and Hall was 59.
When the founder of Apple, Steve Jobs died in 2011 and left behind the property and assets worth $14.1 billion, his widow, Laurene Powell became one the fourth richest women and among 50 wealthiest people on earth.
Jobs and Laurene had met during her MBA days at Stanford University. After a year of dating, they married in a Buddhist ceremony. In 2015, Laurene made a donation of $50 million to XQ: The Super School Project.
Lucy got married to Larry in 2007. According to Forbes, the net worth of Larry Page is somewhere around $44 billion. In 2015, Larry Page had announced on his Google+ account that the couple would donate $15 million to fight Ebola.
Right after her first date with a guy, Michael Dell, who sold computer from his dorm room, Susan said to her parents about "the nicest guy I'd ever met." They married in 1989, and today after 30 years they're still together. They have founded Michael and Susan Dell Foundation. Because of his Dell Computers business, Michael is worth $20.8 billion.
In 2003, Susan launched her first fashion line name Phi, but it could not last long.
Before the Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel and Miranda Kerr met in 2015, Victoria's Secret model Miranda was in despair as she had split with her partner Orlando Bloom. The reason given for their split was Miranda's illicit affair with Justin Bieber.
Then Miranda bumped into Evan, and they started dating where their relationship took the conventional turn. Well, the couple had pledged that they won't get sexual before their marriage.
Snapchat started trading in March 2017.
Salma Hayek was a renowned actress before she fell in love and started dating the French businessman, François-Henri Pinault in 2006. She got married to one of the richest men in the world who has the net worth of $22.9 billion. In an interview, she had admitted that her relationship is beyond perfect.
Salma Hayek shared with Jimmy Fallon in 2017, "I once thought he is having an affair with a woman Elena, but in the end, it turned out that it was an English learning app, ELSA.
According to The Guardian, Warren Buffett met his wife Astrid at a French night club in Omaha, Neb. Interestingly, she was a waitress there. Whereas his first wife, Susan, was a singer there. It remained one of the most unusual love triangles till 2004 when Susan died.
If there's an Oscar for wooing a woman successfully, it will go to the Founder of Virgin Group, Richard Branson. In a blog post written by Richard itself, he shared that he took her to a Necker Island which he eventually purchased in $6 million. About 11 years later, the couple tied the knot on the same island.
That's all, folks!