The ex-wife of the head of Amazon got married

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The official page of MacKenzie Scott on the Amazon website states that she “lives in Seattle with her four children and husband, Dan.”

The former wife of the head of the Amazon Corporation Jeff Bezos, one of the richest people in the world, MacKenzie Scott, married an American school teacher. As The Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday, the relevant information was published on Scott’s personal page on the Giving Pledge portal, created for wealthy people engaged in voluntary donations.

The day before, on the page of Bezos ‘ ex-wife, an appeal from a science teacher at a private school in Seattle (Washington State), Dan Jewett. “It is very unusual for me to declare my readiness to give most of my fortune to charity during my lifetime because I never planned to have such funds in relation to which such statements would make sense,” he admitted. “But now, by a happy coincidence, I am married to one of the most generous and kind people I know, and I join her in her intention to give enormous financial resources to help others.”

MacKenzie Scott’s official page on Amazon, which sells two of her books, now states that she “resides in Seattle with her four children and her husband, Dan.” The newspaper also cites a statement from the head of Amazon himself, who noted that “Dan is a great guy” and that he is “very happy for both of them.”

According to Forbes magazine, the former wife of Bezos, with a fortune of more than $53 billion, ranks 22nd in the list of the richest people in the world. As a result of the divorce in July 2019, Scott received a 4% stake in Amazon, the world’s largest online retailer. At the time of the official divorce, they were worth about $38.3 billion. Still, the value of the company’s shares has increased dramatically during the pandemic of the disease caused by the new coronavirus. According to Forbes, Bezos himself, with a fortune of over $ 170 billion, is currently the richest man in the world.

Author: Steve Cowan
Graduated From Princeton University. He has been at the Free Press since October 2014. Previously worked as a regional entertainment editor.
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