Newly divorced Melinda Gates rocked some duds as she headed to New York City on Sunday, removing her personal helicopter.
Melinda Gates played duds on Sunday, October 10, and arrived in New York City by helicopter. The 57-year-old divorcee looked unusual as she got off her secret plane, heading for the Big Apple by making a head and toe. Per Page 6, a former billionaire resident Bill Gates, 65, who earned more than $ 2 billion in stocks after a divorce in May, wore $ 5,000. SEE PICTURES HERE!
Getupyo had a bright pink Cardigan giver which sells for $ 1,790 and features the largest logo on the back. The 56-year-old wore a white sweater over his head and was spotted with black, long pants, and white sportswear. Very low-top sneakers price of $ 495. On her way to the big city, Melinda carried a black one Full Balenciaga bag worth $ 1,290.
Bill and Melinda announced their separation In a statement on television, she said she “no longer believes we can grow together as a family in the next phase of our lives” but “we will continue to work together” at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Two weeks later, a Wall Street Journal He also said that Microsoft’s board of directors moved to remove Bill from his board in 2020 while investigating a former billionaire relationship with an employee at a technology company. Bill she admitted that she had a boyfriend on his marriage to Melinda, though he said it was not about “retirement”.
“Obviously, I think everyone does [have regrets], ”Says Bill Anderson Cooper on his CNN Anderson Cooper 360 ° when asked about it. “But it is a time for reflection and for now I have to move on. My job is very important to me. In a family we will be as good as we can and learn from what happened. ”
Even the old man and woman sanasaine prenup, decided to distribute the property based on a separate agreement that was not submitted to the court and his word was not disclosed. The couple apparently signed the agreement in May before announcing their separation after 27 years of marriage and, according to the court ruling, “must comply” with the law.