Elena Baturina included into list of the UK richest women
In addition to wife of former Mayor Yuri Luzhkov, one of the richest lady of the UK became the widow of Boris Berezovsky's partner, Georgian oligarch Badri Patarkatsishvili, who left Russia in 2001 in connection with the criminal prosecution.
The British edition Sunday Times published a list of the richest women in the United Kingdom, in which there are 31 position.
According to Business Insider, the richest British women on the publication version received their state mainly due to inheritance or a successful marriage.
The 23rd place in the list of the richest residents of the United Kingdom, between the co-owner of a pharmaceutical company Quintiles Mirren Gillings and former Armani model Slavica Ecclestone, takes the wife of the Moscow former Mayor, founder of construction company Inteko Elena Baturina. Her capital the edition is estimated at 729 million pounds (895 million dollars).
Besides her, in the top of the British millionaire, there is the widow of Georgian media tycoon Badri Patarkatsishvili, Inna Gudavadze. She takes 28th place ranking with a fortune of 650 million pounds.
In addition to Gudavadze and Baturina, wife of singer and composer Paul McCartney Nancy Shevell (760 million pounds), Garry Potter books' author JK Rowling (600 million pounds) and Hollywood actress Salma Hayek (2.35 billion pounds) are included into the top of Sunday Times. The former Miss UK, wife of Swiss businessman Ernesto Bertarelli Kirsty Bertarelli, leads the list with a fortune of 9.78 billion British pounds.
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