10 Richest Socialites In The World

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Top 10 Richest Socialites In The World (Ranked)

Wondering which are the 10 richest socialites in the world?

We have the answer! You might be wondering what socialites are, and we have the answer to that as well.

Socialites are those famous people who are paid to… socialise. That means that they don’t have a normal job, or earn their money in a certain way, they just attend social events, smile, and get rich.

Socialites are media lovers, so they need to be in the spotlight as much as they can.

They are just the lucky ones who spend their time among celebs, turning into celebrities themselves.

So without any further talking, let’s see the wealthiest socialites in the world!

10.Nicole Richie – $5 million

The first celebrity socialite on our list is Nicole Richie.

Net Worth: $5 million

Born in a struggling family, Richie didn’t have an easy life while growing up. When her parents could no longer afford to take care of her, Nicole was adopted by Lionel Richie, a family’s friend.

She was 9 at that time, and when Lionel divorced his wife, the girl started to be more spoiled by her adoptive parents.

“Their way of making me happy was to say, ‘yes,’ to everything I wanted.”

Famous from the television show The Simple Life with Paris Hilton, Richie became more and more known as a celebrity, her pretty much doing nothing, but socialising in Hollywood.

Richest Socialites In The World - Nicole Richie – $5 million
Richest Socialites In The World – Nicole Richie – $5 million
Richest Socialites In The World - Nicole Richie – $5 million
Richest Socialites In The World – Nicole Richie – $5 million
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